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lavrock

noun lav·rock \ˈlāv-rək, ˈlav-\

Definition of LAVROCK

chiefly Scottish
:  lark

Variants of LAVROCK

lav·rock or la·ver·ock \ˈla-və-\

Origin of LAVROCK

Middle English laverok, from Old English lāwerce
First Known Use: 14th century

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