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tarok

[ tuh-rok ]
/ təˈrɒk /
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noun

a card game dating probably from the Renaissance and still popular in central Europe, originally played with a special pack of 78 cards but now usually played with 32 cards of a regular pack together with 22 tarots.

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Origin of tarok

1605–15; <obsolete Italian tarocco;see tarot
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