- (sports) A team sport played on ice and primarily by women, the players using sticks to control a rubber ring and attempting to score goals by landing it in the opponents' net.
2007 May 9, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, in New York Times:
- Sam Jacks, the inventor of ringette and floor hockey, and Robert Steadward, whose efforts spearheaded the growth of Paralympic sports, are being inducted in the builder category.
- ringette. MacMillan Dictionary. Access date: 29 October 2011. 
- Ringette Canada (Aug. 22, 2006). "Information about Stick Approval/Legal Sticks"