noun co·saque \kōˈzäk, kəˈ-, -zak\

Definition of cosaque



  1. :  cracker 2c

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Origin and Etymology of cosaque

French, literally, Cossack, from Russian kazak & Ukrainian kozak — more at cossack

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a trip made at another's expense

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