troco

noun
tro·​co | \ ˈtrō(ˌ)kō\
plural -s

Definition of troco

: an old English game played on a lawn with wooden balls and cues with spoon-shaped iron tips and having as its object the sending of a ball through an iron ring on a pivot in the center of the field

called also lawn billiards

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History and Etymology for troco

probably modification of Italian trucco trucks (game)

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