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Correct spelling: Brock

Definition of Brock:

  1. A badger.
  2. A badger; a brocket.

Brock \b-ro-ck\

Brock as a boy's name is pronounced brahk. It is of Middle English, Old English and Celtic origin, and the meaning of Brock is "badger-like". Transferred use of the surname.
Related names:
Braxton, Breck, brick, brook.
Brok, Broc, Brocke.

Google Ngram Viewer results for Brock:

This graph shows how "Brock" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for Brock:

  1. Mr. Claybourne met us at the dock, accompanied by a Miss Brock a trained nurse, who was to travel with us to California. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
  2. After luncheon Miss Brock took Helen upstairs for a rest. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford

Quotes for Brock:

  1. Lou Brock was a great base stealer but today I am the greatest.
  2. Now that he has disavowed as outright lies many of the stories he told himself, it's hard to know what to make of those who still insist that David Brock had it right the first time.

Rhymes for Brock:

  1. bach, bloc, bloch, block, bock, caulk, chalk, chock, clock, crock, doc, dock, floc, flock, frock, hock, jock, knock, loch, lock, locke, mach, mock, nock, pock, roc, rock, schlock, shock, smock, sock, spock, stock, walk, wok, haak, lok, blok, jacques, brok, broc, krock, roch, bok, hoc, mok, kroc, och, kloc, kok, glock, croc, sok, tock, boch, chok, poch, vlok, hoch;
  2. bangkok, iraq, o'clock, restock, undock, unlock, isaak;
  3. antiknock, interlock, overstock;