Petanque



[pey-tahngk; French pe-tahnk] /peɪˈtɑŋk; French pɛˈtɑ̃k/

noun
1.
a form of lawn bowling originating in France, usually played on rough ground using steel balls.
/petɑ̃k/
noun
1.
another name, esp in the South of France, for boules
noun

a form of the game boules, similar to bowling but played outdoors with metal balls and a small wooden ball (pig)

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