estoc

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From French estoc.

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estoc m ‎(plural estocs)

  1. rapier

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French estoc ‎(sword), from Old French estoc ‎(the point of a sword, rapier), deverbal of estoquer, estochier ‎(to stab, thrust), from Middle Dutch stoken ‎(to thrust, poke) or Middle High German stoken ‎(to stab, pierce), both from Proto-Germanic *stukōną ‎(to be stiff, push, thrust), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)teug- ‎(to beat, thrust, push). More at stoke.

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Noun[edit]

estoc m ‎(plural estocs)

  1. (type of) sword, rapier

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