Definition of crosse in English:

crosse

Pronunciation /krôs/ /krɔs/ /kräs/ /krɑs/

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noun

  • The stick used in lacrosse.

    ‘The goal-keeper may block the ball in any manner with their crosse or body.’
    • ‘Field players may pass, catch or run with the ball in their crosse.’
    • ‘Practice cradling the ball in the pocket of your crosse.’
    • ‘A player may also use the crosse as a tool to dislodge the ball from the crosse of an opponent.’

Origin

Mid 19th century from French, from Old French croce ‘bishop's crook’, ultimately of Germanic origin and related to crutch.