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quatorze

[ kuh-tawrz; French ka-tawrz ]
/ kəˈtɔrz; French kaˈtɔrz /
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noun, plural qua·torz·es [kuh-tawr-ziz; French ka-tawrz]. /kəˈtɔr zɪz; French kaˈtɔrz/. Piquet.
a set of four cards of the same denomination, aces, kings, queens, jacks, or tens, scoring 14 points.
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Origin of quatorze

1695–1705; <French: fourteen <Latin quattuordecim, equivalent to quattuorfour + -decim, combining form of decemten
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