Last modified on 15 September 2014, at 00:27
See also: Ox, OX, øx, öx, and -öx

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EtymologyEdit

From Old English oxa, from Proto-Germanic *uhsô (compare West Frisian okse, Dutch os, German Ochse), from Proto-Indo-European *uksḗn (compare Welsh ych 'ox', Tocharian A/B ops/okso 'draft-ox', Avestan [script?] (uxšan, bull), Sanskrit उक्षन् (ukṣán)).

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ox (plural oxen)

  1. An adult castrated male of cattle (B. taurus)
  2. Any bovine animal (tribe Bovini) used as a beast of burden

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AzeriEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic ok, from Proto-Turkic.

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Other scripts
Cyrillic ох
Roman ox
Perso-Arabic اوْخ

ox (definite accusative oxu, plural oxlar)

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