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roebuck

[ roh-buhk ]
/ ˈroʊˌbʌk /
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noun, plural roe·bucks, (especially collectively) roe·buck.
a male roe deer.
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Origin of roebuck

First recorded in 1350–1400, roebuck is from the Middle English word robucke.See roe2, buck1
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British Dictionary definitions for roebuck

roebuck
/ (ˈrəʊˌbʌk) /

noun plural -bucks or -buck
the male of the roe deer
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