See also: stŏć

IrishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Irish stoc, from Old English stoc, from Proto-Germanic *stukką.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

stoc m (genitive singular stoic, nominative plural stoic)

  1. trunk (of tree)
  2. stump
  3. (linguistics) root
  4. stock (broth)
  5. breeding stock
    Synonym: stoc síolraíochta
  6. livestock
    Synonym: beostoc
  7. trumpet, bugle
    Synonyms: troimpéad, trumpa

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Old EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Germanic *stukką, whence also Old High German stoc, Old Norse stokkr, Old English stocc (stock, stump).

NounEdit

stoc n

  1. house, dwelling; place
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 2Edit

see stocc

NounEdit

stoc m

  1. Alternative spelling of stocc

RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French stock

NounEdit

stoc n (plural stocuri)

  1. stockpile

DeclensionEdit


Scottish GaelicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Irish stoc, from Old English stoc, from Proto-Germanic *stukką.

NounEdit

stoc m (genitive singular stuic, plural stuic)

  1. stock, trunk (of a tree), stump (of a tree), stump
  2. post, pillar
  3. sounding horn, trumpet
  4. family, race, progenitors
  5. wealth, store, cattle, livestock, capital
  6. pack of cards
  7. cravat
  8. cravat stiffener
  9. stock of a rudder
  10. principal part of any wooden structure
  11. base of a spinning-wheel
  12. stock of a bagpipe
  13. scarf, shawl
    Synonym: sgarfa

VerbEdit

stoc

  1. object, cast up

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