Brocket meaning

brŏk'ĭt
Any of several small South American deer of the genus Mazama, having short unbranched horns.
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A two-year-old, male European red deer during its second stage of antler growth.
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Any of a genus (Mazama) of small South and Central American deer with short, unbranched antlers.
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A stag in its second year, before its horns have started branching.
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A genus, Mazama, of short-horned deer from Brazil.
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Origin of brocket

  • Middle English broket two- or three-year-old male red deer with its first horns from Old French brocard from broque animal's horn dialectal variant of broche spit broach1
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Middle French brocart, broquart.
    From Wiktionary