Variant of discus
- a heavy disk, usually made of metal and wood, that is thrown for distance as a test of strength and skill
- the throwing of the discus as a field event in track and field meetsin full discus throw
Origin: Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek diskos ; from base of dikein, to throw, akin to deiknynai, to show, point out: see diction
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