From Middle English bosk, likely from Anglo-Latin bosca (“firewood”), from Late Latin busca, buscus or boscus from Germanic *busk (liken Old High German busk) or Old English busc (attested only in place names). Liken Italian bosco, Spanish and Portuguese bosque, French bois, Dalmatian buasc, Occitan boscs.
bosk (plural bosks)
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bosk n (plural bosken)