conquian

conquian

[kong-kee-uhn]
noun Cards.
a variety of rummy for two players.

Origin:
1885–90; < Spanish con quién? with whom?

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conquian (ˈkɒŋkɪən)
 
n
another word for cooncan

cooncan or conquian (ˈkuːnˌkæn)
 
n
a card game for two players, similar to rummy
 
[C19: from (Mexican) Spanish con quién with whom?, apparently with reference to the forming and declaring of sequences and sets of cards]
 
conquian or conquian
 
n
 
[C19: from (Mexican) Spanish con quién with whom?, apparently with reference to the forming and declaring of sequences and sets of cards]

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