crosse

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crosse (plural crosses)

  1. a lacrosse stick

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French crosse (shepherd's staff), a Germanic language, ultimately from Proto-Germanic *krukjō (staff, crutch). Compare Old High German krucka, Old Saxon krukka, Middle Dutch crucke.

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crosse f (plural crosses)

  1. butt (of rifle etc.)
  2. stick
  3. crosier
  4. (France, sports) hockey stick, lacrosse stick, or golf club
  5. lacrosse

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Latin crusta.

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crosse f (plural crosses)

  1. crust (outer layer of bread and pastry).
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Frankish *krukkja.

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crosse f (plural crosses)

  1. crook, crosier.
  2. crutch.
  3. butt.
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