a gambling game resembling bingo
Origin of kenofrom French quine, five winning numbers from Classical Latin quini, five each from quinque, five
A game of chance, similar to lotto, that uses balls rather than counters.
Origin of kenoFrench quine set of five winning numbers ( from Latin quīnī five each ; see penkwe in Indo-European roots.) -o (as in lotto )
- A gambling game, a variety of the game of lotto, played with balls or knobs, numbered, and cards also numbered.
From French quine, with reference to a set of five winning lottery numbers.