noun boc·cie \ˈbä-chē\

: a game in which players roll heavy balls across an area of ground and try to get each ball to stop as near as possible to a smaller ball

Full Definition of BOCCIE

:  a game of Italian origin similar to lawn bowling played on a long narrow usually dirt court

Variants of BOCCIE

boc·cie or boc·ci or boc·ce \ˈbä-chē\

Origin of BOCCIE

Italian bocce, plural of boccia ball, from Vulgar Latin *bottia boss
First Known Use: 1860

Rhymes with BOCCIE


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