spoor definition by Webster's New World
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the track or trail of an animal, esp. of a wild animal hunted as game
Origin: Afrikaans ; from Middle Dutch akin to Old English spor, German spur: for Indo-European base see spur
transitive verb, intransitive verb
to trace or track by a spoor
spoor definition by American Heritage Dictionary
The track or trail of an animal, especially a wild animal.verb spoored, spoor·ing, spoors tr. & intr.v.
To track (an animal) by following its spoor or to engage in such tracking.
Origin: Afrikaans, from Middle Dutch; see sperə- in Indo-European roots.