steinbock

noun
stein·​bock | \ˈstīnˌbäk\
plural -s

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variant spelling of

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History and Etymology for steinbock

Noun

German, from Old High German steinboc; akin to Old English stānbucca ibex, Middle Dutch steenboc; all from a prehistoric West Germanic compound whose first element is represented by Old English stān stone and whose second element is represented by Old English bucca buck

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