boschbok

noun bosch·bok \ ˈbäs(h)ˌbäk \
variants: or less commonly boshbok

Definition of boschbok

plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of boschbok

obsolete Afrikaans boschbok (now bosbok), from bosch (now bos) forest (from Middle Dutch bosch, busch—akin to Old High German busc) + bok male antelope, he-goat, from Middle Dutch boc; akin to Old High German boc he-goat


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