Definition of razet in US English:

razet

noun

rare
  • In southern France: a contest in which competitors attempt to snatch a rosette from between a bull's horns.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in Roy Campbell (1901–1957), poet and writer. Apparently from French razet from Occitan raset, use as noun of raset (adjective) nearly touching from ras touching, level + -et.

Pronunciation

razet

/ˈrazeɪ/