spoor n : the trail left by a person or an animal; what the hunter follows in pursuing game; "the hounds followed the fox's spoor"
- To track an animal by following its spoor
Spoor can mean:-
- Spoor (animal), a term for any signs of a creature, in animal tracking: see :wiktionary:spoor.
- Spoor (comics).
- Spoor (album), an album by Thin White Rope.
- Spoor (plant) having reached a state of producing and releasing spores; gone to spoor.
spoor in German: Spoor
spoor in Dutch: Spoor
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