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Coit vs. Quoit

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Coitverb

To throw.

‘to coit a stone’;

Quoitnoun

A flat disc of metal or stone thrown at a target in the game of quoits.

Coitverb

(rare) to copulate; to mate

Quoitnoun

A ring of rubber or rope similarly used in the game of deck-quoits.

Coitnoun

A quoit.

Quoitnoun

The flat stone covering a cromlech.

Coitverb

To throw, as a stone. [Obs.] See Quoit.

Quoitnoun

The discus used in ancient sports.

Quoitverb

(intransitive) To play quoits.

Quoitverb

(transitive) To throw as with a quoit.

Quoitnoun

A flattened ring-shaped piece of iron, to be pitched at a fixed object in play; hence, any heavy flat missile used for the same purpose, as a stone, piece of iron, etc.

Quoitnoun

The discus of the ancients. See Discus.

Quoitnoun

A cromlech.

Quoitverb

To throw quoits; to play at quoits.

‘To quoit, to run, and steeds and chariots drive.’;

Quoitverb

To throw; to pitch.

Quoitnoun

game equipment consisting of a ring of iron or circle of rope used in the game of quoits

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