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Proto-Germanic: *bukka-z, *bukkēn
Meaning: buck
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bukk-r, bokk-r m. `Bock'
Norwegian: bokk, bukk
Swedish: bock
Danish: buk
Old English: buc, -es m. `buck, male-hirsch', bucca, -an m. `he-goat, buck'
English: buck
Old Saxon: buck
Middle Dutch: boc, buc
Dutch: bok M.
Old Franconian: buck
Middle Low German: buck
Old High German: boc, buc (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: boc (-ck-) st. m. 'bock; hölzernes gestell; ramme'
German: Bock m.

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