noun po·lo \ˈpō-(ˌ)lō\

: a game played by two teams of four players who ride horses while using long mallets to hit a wooden ball into a goal

Full Definition of POLO

:  a game played by teams of players on horseback using mallets with long flexible handles to drive a wooden ball through goalposts
po·lo·ist \ˈpō-(ˌ)lō-ist\ noun

Origin of POLO

Balti, ball
First Known Use: 1872

Rhymes with POLO


biographical name Po·lo \ˈpō-(ˌ)lō\

Definition of POLO

Mar*co \ˈmär-(ˌ)kō\ 1254–1324 Venetian traveler


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