brock definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly British A badger.
    • a male badger.
    • A brocket.
    • A badger.
    • A brocket.
    • A badger.
    • [Sometimes made use of as a phrase of reproach.
    • an item; a fragment.
    • A cart-horse or draft-horse: a word of uncertain initial definition, applied additionally in provincial English to a cow.
    • The name of an insect.
    • A pig.
    • Swill for feeding pigs.
    • Short for brocket.
    • A cabbage.
    • A variant of brough.
    • Chiefly British A badger.
    • a male badger.
    • A brocket.
    • A badger.
    • A brocket.
    • A badger.
    • [Sometimes used as a phrase of reproach.
    • an item; a fragment.
    • A cart-horse or draft-horse: a word of unsure original meaning, used additionally in provincial English to a cow.
    • title of an insect.
    • A pig.
    • Swill for feeding pigs.
    • Quick for brocket.
    • A cabbage.
    • A variant of brough.
  • verb:
    • to taunt
    • to taunt
  • others:
    • To break, crumble, or reduce into bits or shreds.
    • To cry away; murmur; whine: a word of notably uncertain definition, found only into the two passages quoted.
    • To break, crumble, or cut into bits or shreds.
    • To cry out; murmur; whine: a word of significantly unsure meaning, discovered just in the two passages quoted.

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