Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
An ox, steer, or stag.
A young bull, or any male of the ox kind.
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\bul"lock\ (&?;), n. [as. bulluc a young bull. see bull.]
1. a young bull, or any male of the ox kind. take thy father's young bullock, even the second bullock of seven years old. es vi. 25.
2. an ox, steer, or stag.
\bul"lock\, v. t. to bully. [obs.] she shan't think to bullock and domineer over me.
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Easton's Bible Dictionary
(1.) The translation of a word which is a generic name for horned cattle (Isa. 65:25). It is also rendered "cow" (Ezek. 4:15), "ox" (Gen. 12:16). (2.) The translation of a word always meaning an animal of the ox kind, without distinction of age or sex (Hos. 12:11). It is rendered "cow" (Num. 18:17) and "ox" (Lev. 17:3). (3.) Another word is rendered in the same way (Jer. 31:18). It is also translated "calf" (Lev. 9:3; Micah 6:6). It is the same word used of the "molten calf" (Ex. 32:4, 8) and "the golden calf" (1 Kings 12:28). (4.) In Judg. 6:25; Isa. 34:7, the Hebrew word is different. It is the customary word for bulls offered in sacrifice. In Hos. 14:2, the Authorized Version has "calves," the Revised Version "bullocks."