Thursday, January 13, 2011

Vocab Day #7

spoor |spoŏr; spô(ə)r|nounthe track or scent of an animal they searched around the hut for a spoor the trail is marked by wolf spoor.verb [ trans. ]follow the track or scent of (an animal or person) taking the spear, he set off to spoor the man.DERIVATIVESspoorer nounORIGIN early 19th cent.: from Afrikaans, from Middle Dutch spor, ofGermanic origin.


  1. Interesting... now I'm trying to come up with a reasonable time actually use it! I like the word.

  2. I know, right? It's one of those ones that's cool to know and then you wonder how you can really ever manage to use it and seem casual about it.

  3. Nice!! I could actually use that word in one of my books. Yay. :)


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