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Origin of lacrosse
Examples from the Web for lacrosse
They convey life forces of trees from which their lacrosse sticks were made.
If for nothing else, lacrosse matters because it reminds us the Iroquois still exist.
From this all-consuming cycle of pain and pleasure, though, one sport stands as an exception: lacrosse.
"All of the girls loved to go to the FIJI house because of the lacrosse boys," one source said.
FIJI, a source who attended Lafayette with Stocky told The Daily Beast, is mostly made up of lacrosse and baseball players.
Far behind us lay the LaCrosse valley through which a slender river ran, while before us towered wind-worn cliffs of stone.A Son of the Middle Border|Hamlin Garland
The usual uniform for lacrosse is a tight-fitting jersey and running trousers.Outdoor Sports and Games|Claude H. Miller
The shape of the Indian lacrosse stick is shown in the sketch.
Golf, said he, is much better suited to the Indian of to-day than his old game of lacrosse.The Happy Golfer|Henry Leach
Of the present commander of our, flotilla at Boulogne, Lacrosse, I will also say some few words.Memoirs of the Court of St. Cloud, Complete|Lewis Goldsmith
Word Origin for lacrosse
1718, American English, from Canadian French jeu de la crosse "game of the hooked sticks," from crosse "hooked stick," which is used to throw the ball, from Proto-Germanic *kruk-. Originally a North American Indian game. The native name is represented by Ojibwa (Algonquian) baaga'adowe "to play lacrosse."