gāt-bucca, m.n: domestic goat (male). (GAHT-BUCK-kah / ˈgaːt-ˌbʌk-ka)

Medieval manuscript image of a pair of goats standing on their hind legs so they can eat the leaves from a tree; a second pair of goats grazes on a nearby hillock.
Bestiary; SE England, 13th century; British Library, Royal 12 F XIII, f. 20v. [bl.uk]

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