noun par·kour \pär-ˈkr, ˈpär-ˌkr\

Definition of PARKOUR

:  the sport of traversing environmental obstacles by running, climbing, or leaping rapidly and efficiently

Origin of PARKOUR

French, alteration of parcours course, route, from Medieval Latin percursus, from Latin percurrere to run through, from per- + currere to run
First Known Use: 2002


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