bullock

noun
bull·ock | \ ˈbu̇-lək also ˈbə- \

Definition of bullock 

1 : a young bull

2 : a castrated bull : steer

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Other words from bullock

bullocky \-lə-kē \ adjective

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Around 2,000 people, most of them dressed in white and wearing red neck scarves, attend the sprint, running alongside six bulls and six bullocks on a narrow route that weaves through central Pamplona. NBC News, "One person gored on opening day of Spain's annual running of the bulls," 7 July 2018

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First Known Use of bullock

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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bullock

noun

English Language Learners Definition of bullock

: a young bull that has had part of its sex organs removed so that it cannot breed

bullock

noun
bull·ock | \ ˈbu̇-lək \

Kids Definition of bullock

1 : a young bull

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