Definition of berloque
: a drumbeat in which one stick beats twice to the other's once and which is used as a signal for certain fatigue duties (as at breaking ranks); also : a corresponding trumpet call
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Origin and Etymology of berloque
French berloque, breloque (also, charm for a watch or bracelet)
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