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Old English bera "bear," from Proto-Germanic *beron , literally "the brown (one)" (cf. Old Norse björn , Middle Dutch bere , Dutch beer , Old High German bero , German Bär ), from PIE *bher- (3) "bright, brown" (see brown (adj.)).

Greek arktos and Latin ursus retain the PIE root word for "bear" ( *rtko ; see Arctic ), but it is believed to have been ritually replaced in the northern branches because of hunters' taboo on names of wild animals (cf. the Irish equivalent "the good calf," Welsh "honey-pig," Lithuanian "the licker," Russian medved "honey-eater"). Others connect the Germanic word with Latin ferus "wild," as if it meant "the wild animal ( par excellence ) of the northern woods."

Symbolic of Russia since 1794. Used of uncouth persons since 1570s. Stock market meaning "speculator for a fall" is 1709 shortening of bearskin jobber (from the proverb sell the bearskin before one has caught the bear ); . "one who sells stock for future delivery, expecting that meanwhile prices will fall." Paired with bull from . Bear claw as a type of large pastry is from 1942, originally chiefly western .


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