meaning of bock

bock meaning in Etymology Dictionary

powerful, dark type of German alcohol, 1856, from German ambock, from Bavarian dialectal pronunciation of Einbecker bier, from Einbeck, Hanover, in which it absolutely was very first made; popularly related to Bock "a goat." Brewed in December and January, intoxicated in-may.

bock meaning in General Dictionary

a very strong lager typically brewed within the autumn and aged through cold temperatures for usage in springtime

bock - German to English


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  • stand
  • package (chair)
  • ram
  • support
  • bagpipe
  • puppy
  • pedestal
  • trestle
  • (vaulting) horse [gymnastics]
  • vim
  • get-up-and-go [coll.]
  • hog [coll.] [motorcycle]
  • howler [coll.] [blunder]
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bock - French to English

glass of alcohol