Definition of roque in English:

roque

noun

US
  • A form of croquet played on a hard court surrounded by a bank.

    • ‘And how about this list of sports which have featured in one or more modern Games - cricket, croquet, jeu de paume, lacrosse, pelote basque, polo, power boating, rackets, rink-hockey, roque, tug-of-war and water skiing.’

Origin

Late 19th century: alteration of roquet.

Pronunciation:

roque

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