Origin: ME broket < Anglo-Norm broquet, yearling (of roe deer) < OFr broc, a spit, tine of a stag's horn: see broach
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Origin: Middle English broket
Origin: , from Old French brocard
Origin: , from broque, animal's horn
Origin: , dialectal variant of broche, spit; see broach1.
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