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Date: 1300-1400
Origin: Perhaps from gore, gare 'spear' (11-14 centuries), from Old English gar

gore

1 verb
     
gore1 [transitive usually passive]
if an animal gores someone, it wounds them with its horns or tusks:
He was attacked and gored by a bull.

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