pronk

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EnglishEdit

A springbok pronking
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EtymologyEdit

From Afrikaans pronk ‎(to show off, strut, or prance), from Dutch pronken, from Middle Dutch proncken ‎(to flaunt, make a show, arrange one's attire). See also prank.

VerbEdit

pronk ‎(third-person singular simple present pronks, present participle pronking, simple past and past participle pronked)

  1. (of a quadruped) To jump with all four limbs at once.
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NounEdit

pronk ‎(plural pronks)

  1. A gait or a leap in which all four legs are used to push off the ground at once.
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