rocc

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *rukkaz (garment; apron).

Noun[edit]

rocc m (nominative plural roccas)

  1. an upper garment, such as a tunic, smock, or shirt
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Etymology 2[edit]

Derived from Proto-Germanic *rukjaną (to ruminate), from Proto-Indo-European *rewg- (to vomit; belch; burp).

Noun[edit]

rocc m

  1. that which is chewed; cud
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