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crosse

[ kraws, kros ]
/ krɔs, krɒs /
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noun
a long-handled racket used in the game of lacrosse.
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Origin of crosse

1865–70; <French: literally, hooked stick, Old French croce<Germanic; see crutch, crook1
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British Dictionary definitions for crosse

crosse
/ (krɒs) /

noun
a light staff with a triangular frame to which a network is attached, used in playing lacrosse

Word Origin for crosse

French, from Old French croce crosier
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