[chuhk-er] /ˈtʃʌk ər/

noun, Polo.
one of the periods of play.

also chucker, “period in a polo game,” 1898, from Hindi chakkar, from Sanskrit cakra “circle, wheel” (see chakra).


A division of a sports contest; canto, stanza

[Sports; fr a division of a polo game, fr Hindi cakkar, ”circular running course”]


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