n. (alternative spelling of aurochs English)
Usage examples of "auroch".
A family group of aurochsa bull, five or six cows and their younggrazed on the mound's slopes, but even the sight of these huge black and tan horned creatures could not distract the groups' eyes from what sat on the summit of the mound.
Burak, horned like an auroch, who had ridden with her, looked at her strangely.
There were great joints of aurochs roasted with leeks, venison pies chunky with carrots, bacon, and mushrooms, mutton chops sauced in honey and cloves, savory duck, peppered boar, goose, skewers of pigeon and capon, beef-and-barley stew, cold fruit soup.
He commanded the serving men to bring them mutton chops and a slice off the aurochs and fill their trenchers with beef-and-barley stew.
Beneath the dragonglass was an old warhorn, made from an auroch's horn and banded in bronze.
Cow bones, sheep bones, the bones of goats and aurochs and elk, the great bones of the hairy mammoths .