Origin of baccarat
Examples from the Web for baccarat
Historical Examples of baccarat
Erckmann felt that rules must be observed even in baccarat, even as played by Beaumorris.Sonia Between two Worlds
"I ne-ne-ne-never de-de-de-deceived an-an-an-anybody," exclaimed Baccarat, imitating the other's defect in pronunciation.
E cannot ring many changes on Baccarat, and I do not often allow 'im to play downstairs.The Chink in the Armour
Marie Belloc Lowndes
A famous English yacht changed hands as a result of an hour at baccarat.In Vanity Fair
Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd
He won immense sums at baccarat shortly afterwards, and was able to take up the note before it became due.The Red Lottery Ticket
Fortun Du Boisgobey
Word Origin for baccarat
card game, 1848, from French baccara (19c.), of unknown origin. Baccarat is the name of a town in France that was noted for glass-making.