adjective brock·ed \ˈbräkit\

Definition of brocked

  1. 1 chiefly Scottish, of an animal :  striped or spotted with black and white

  2. 2 Scottish, of a person :  streaked with dirt

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Origin and Etymology of brocked

earlier Scots brokit, probably alteration of brukit streaked with black, from Middle English (Scots) brukit, brukyd — more at brooked

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a brief usually trivial fact

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