Definition of jukskei in English:

jukskei

noun

South african
  • [mass noun] A game in which a peg is thrown at a stake.

    • ‘Older adults engage in jukskei, a competition from pioneer days.’
    • ‘The games could include iintonga, (stick fighting) or those related to aiming at targets such as upuca (throwing stones) or jukskei (throwing wooden pins) - or even fly-fishing and waterpolo.’

Origin

South African Dutch, from Dutch juk yoke + skei pin; the game was originally played with sticks from an animal's yoke.

Pronunciation:

jukskei

/ˈjəkskeɪ/