Definition of camogie in English:

camogie

Line breaks: ca|mo¦gie
Pronunciation: /kəˈməʊɡi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
An Irish game resembling hurling, played by women or girls.
More example sentences
  • Norrie is a keen sportswoman who played badminton, soccer, camogie and tennis.
  • Julie is a true sports lover and tried her hand at every sport including camogie, Gaelic football and athletics.
  • Congratulations to the girls who played a splendid and sporting game of camogie.

Origin

early 20th century: from Irish caméog.

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