Bock (disambiguation)

Bock (disambiguation)

Bock may refer to:

* Bock, a strong lager from Munich in Germany

* Bock, Minnesota

* Adam Bock, Canadian playwright
* Brittany Bock, American footballer
* Carl Ernst Bock, (1809–1874), German anatomist
* Darrell Bock, research professor of New Testament studies in Dallas, Texas
* Dennis Bock, Canadian novelist
* Fedor von Bock, German World War II field marshal
* Hieronymus Bock (1498–1554), medieval German botanist
* Ior Bock, Finnish Historian
* Jerry Bock, American musical theatre composer
* Richard Bock (1865–1949), American sculptor
* Thomas Bock (1793–1855), Australian artist

*The sound of a chicken or hen, also called cluck.

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