Origin of spoorAfrikaans ; from MDu, akin to Old English spor, German spur: for Indo-European base see spur
- The track or trail of an animal or person.
- The footprints or other signs left by an animal or person, considered as a group: found fresh spoor.
transitive verbspoored, spoor·ing, spoors
Origin of spoorAfrikaans, from Middle Dutch; see sper&schwa;- in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present spoors, present participle spooring, simple past and past participle spoored)
- To track an animal by following its spoor