polocrosse

noun po·lo·crosse \ˈpōlōˌkrȯs\

Definition of polocrosse

plural

-s

  1. :  a goal game combining elements of polo, lacrosse, and netball played by teams of six players mounted on horseback and using a sponge rubber ball and a stick with a head like that of a crosse and a handle and shaft like those of a polo stick

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Origin and Etymology of polocrosse

polo + lacrosse


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