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buc

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Old English

Etymology 1

Probably cognate with bucket, and Old High German buh (belly).

Noun

buc m.

  1. belly
  2. jug, pitcher

Etymology 2

Common Germanic *bukkaz, whence also Old High German boc, Old Norse bukkr.

Noun

buc m.

  1. buck (male deer)

Romanian

Etymology

Substratum word, akin to Albanian byk.

Pronunciation

Noun

buc m. (plural buci)

  1. chaff

Declension

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