What is another word for Carrom?

Pronunciation: [kˈaɹɒm] (IPA)

Carrom is a popular board game played in many parts of the world. It is also known by several names in different regions. In India, it is commonly called "Carroms" or "Carrom Board". In some regions of Eastern Europe, it's known as "Tama". In Pakistan, it's known as "Bara Takht" or "Bara Table". "Finger Billiards" is a popular name for Carrom in the western world. The game is also referred to as "Queen's game" or "Karom". These are just a few examples of the different names for the game. However, no matter what it's called, Carrom remains a favorite among people of all ages and is enjoyed for its simplicity and fun gameplay.

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Usage examples for Carrom

Then came another Carrom back of goal, again Jack was on the spot and once more the Ferry Hill sticks danced in air.
"The Crimson Sweater"
Ralph Henry Barbour
Balls may be made to displace the opponents' clubs by being thrown against the wall behind the clubs, so that they will rebound or Carrom, knocking the clubs down from the rear.
"Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium"
Jessie H. Bancroft

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