Hurling

Hurling (Iománaíocht/Iomáint) is an outdoor team game of ancient Gaelic and Irish origin, administered by the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). The game has prehistoric origins, has been played for over 3,000 years, and is considered to be the world`s fastest field sport. One of Ireland`s native Gaelic games, it shares a number of features w.....
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Hurling

• (n.) A kind of game at ball, formerly played. • (n.) The act of throwing with force. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Hurl
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hurling

adjective rushing and whirling; `the hurling water`
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Hurling

Hurl'ing noun 1. The act of throwing with force. 2. A kind of game at ball, formerly played. « Hurling taketh its denomination from throwing the ball.» Carew.
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hurling

An Irish ball game like hockey, played with a shorter stick with a broader oval blade
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Hurling

Hurling is a fast team game in which teams try to propel a small ball with a broad-bladed stick (caman) between the opposite teams goal posts. The goal posts are 6.4 meters apart with a cross-bar 2.4 meters from the ground.
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hurling

hurling, outdoor ball and stick game similar to field hockey (see hockey, field). The national pastime of Ireland, it was played for many centuries before the Gaelic Athletic Association standardized the rules in 1884. In the United States, hurling was played by early Irish immigrants, and it is sti...
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hurling

outdoor stick-and-ball game somewhat akin to field hockey and lacrosse and long recognized as the national pastime of Ireland. There is considerable ...
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hurling

Stick-and-ball game played between two teams of 15 players each, popular in Ireland. Its object is to hit the ball, by means of a curved stick, into the opposing team's goal. If the ball passes under the goal's crossbar three points are scored; if it passes above the crossbar one point is scored. First played over 3,000 years ag...
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hurling

[adj] - (archaic) rushing and whirling 2. [n] - a traditional Irish game resembling hockey
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