casino (def 3).
a town in SE Latium, in central Italy, NNW of Naples: site of Monte Cassino.
Contemporary Examples

I don’t doubt the sincerity of Dr. cassino, but even I imagine President Obama is hiding something from his past.
No, 64% of Republicans Aren’t Birthers Justin Green January 16, 2013

Historical Examples

Casino or cassino is also the name given to a game of cards of obscure origin, played with a full whist-pack.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 4 Various

Having paid their bill, they proceeded to the cassino, where they took their café.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, No. 327 Various

In a few days I go to my villeggiatura, in a cassino near the Brenta, a few miles only on the main land.
Life of Lord Byron, Vol. IV Thomas Moore

At cassino, where there was a stop of five minutes at one in the morning, no one got out.
The conquest of Rome Matilde Serao

After cassino the excitement of being in the north begins quite to evaporate.
Sea and Sardinia D. H. Lawrence

In 1495 he contracted to paint for the monks of cassino the noble Assumption now at Lyons.
A Popular Handbook to the National Gallery, Volume I, Foreign Schools Various

And therefore the plan subsides, and at cassino station I only get down to procure coffee and sweet cakes.
Sea and Sardinia D. H. Lawrence

a card game for two to four players in which players pair cards from their hands with others exposed on the table
a town in central Italy, in Latium at the foot of Monte Cassino: an ancient Volscian (and later Roman) town and citadel. Pop: 32 762 (2001) Latin name Casinum


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