troche

noun
tro·​che | \ˈtrō-kē, British usually ˈtrōsh\

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First Known Use of troche

circa 1597, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for troche

alteration of earlier trochisk, from Late Latin trochiscus, from Greek trochiskos, from diminutive of trochos wheel

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troche

noun
tro·​che | \ˈtrō-kē, British usually ˈtrōsh\

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