chukker

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Hindi चक्कर (cakkar), from Sanskrit चक्र (cakra)

Noun[edit]

chukker (plural chukkers)

  1. One of the six playing periods, each of 7½ minutes, of a game of polo.

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