Definition of aurochs
: an extinct large long-horned wild ox (Bos primigenius) of Europe that is the ancestor of domestic cattle
Origin of aurochs
German, from Old High German ūrohso, from ūro aurochs + ohso ox; akin to Old English ūr aurochs — more at ox
First Known Use: 1766
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Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "aurochs"
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