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English

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Etymology

Borrowed from French la (the) crosse (stick).

Noun

Singular
lacrosse

Plural
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lacrosse (-)
  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) A sport played on a field between two opposing teams using sticks (crosses) and a ball, whereby one team defeats the other by achieving a higher score by scoring goals within the allotted time.

Derived terms

Translations


Catalan

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse m.

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Danish

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Dutch

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Italian

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse m. [[Category:Template:lang:it nouns|lacrosse]]

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Norwegian

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse m.

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Polish

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse [[Category:Template:lang:pl nouns|lacrosse]]

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Portuguese

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Scottish Gaelic

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Spanish

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse m. (uncountable)

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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Swedish

Etymology

From French.

Noun

lacrosse

  1. (sports) lacrosse

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