Definitions for brockbrɒk
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, a variant of Brook, or originally a nickname for someone thought to resemble a badger ( Middle English broc(k)).
transferred from the surname.
a male badger.
Origin: From broc, itself from a source akin to Irish broc, Welsh broch, Cornish brogh.
Brock, known in Japan as Takeshi, is a video game character in the Pokémon franchise. In the Pokémon video games, he is the Gym Leader of Pewter City and mainly uses Rock-type Pokémon. In the anime series, he left his position as a Gym Leader to travel alongside Ash Ketchum and become a revered Pokémon Breeder. He later cultivates his skill in medicine. As of the latest Japanese episode, Brock is at Pewter City to train to be a Pokémon Doctor. He has also appeared in several Pokémon manga series, including Pokémon Adventures and the Ash & Pikachu manga.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
brok, n. a badger—hence, from the smell, a dirty, stinking fellow.—adj. Brocked (Scot.), variegated, having a mixture of black and white. [From the Celt., as in Gael. broc, a badger, which is from Gael. breac, speckled.]
The numerical value of brock in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of brock in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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I happen to like Hillary Clinton, but I am astounded by some of the people that she has hired, including David Brock.
We take the concerns board member David Brock raises seriously and are working to address them. i'm open to returning to the board and I share their desire to find a way to move forward.
The really depressing thing about her and Clinton World is you look at Trump and you look at her and you say, 'OK, it's apples to oranges. This person is prepared. She's experienced. She knows the world.' ... And then you wake up November whatever and Hillary Clinton is the next president and, you know, a lot of America is feeling good that, you know, this menace has been left at the door, and then you wake up and you see, you know, Sid Blumenthal and Mark Penn and, you know, David Brock lining up to become senior advisers to the president. And you're like, 'Oh, this is what we're all feeling good about?'.
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