bourock

noun bou·rock \ˈbürək\

Definition of bourock

plural

-s

  1. 1 Scottish :  a rude hut; especially :  one used by shepherds

  2. 2 Scottish a :  mound, knoll b :  heap, mass; specifically :  a stone heap

  3. 3 Scottish :  crowd, group

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Origin and Etymology of bourock

probably from bour + -ock


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