Etymology
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bocce (n.)

ball game related to bowls, 1860, from Italian bocce "(wooden) balls," plural of boccia, which is related to French bosse "bump, hump," perhaps from a Germanic source.

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Definitions of bocce

bocce (n.)
Italian bowling played on a long narrow dirt court;
Synonyms: bocci / boccie
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