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frontenis

[ fruhn-ten-is, fron- ]
/ frʌnˈtɛn ɪs, frɒn- /
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noun
a Latin American game, resembling squash, played with rackets and a hard rubber ball on a three-walled court similar to a jai alai court.
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Origin of frontenis

First recorded in1940–45; from Latin American Spanish (Mexico), blend of Spanish frontón fronton and tenis tennis
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