American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A public room or building for gambling and other entertainment.
- n. A card game for two to four players in which cards on the table are matched by cards in the hand.
- n. A summer or country house in Italy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small country-house; a lodge; a summer-house or retreat.
- n. A club-house or public room used for social meetings, gaming, dancing, music, etc.; a public dancing-saloon.
- n. A game of cards, in which the players, two or more in number, strive to obtain as many cards as possible, especially certain cards of a counting value, as the ten of diamonds and two of spades. Tricks are taken by pairing, that is, by matching a card on the table with one in the hand; combining, or grouping together from the board, cards the number of pips on which equals the number on that played from the hand; and building, or combining cards on the board with one in the hand, the trick to be taken at the player's next turn. In this sense also spelled
- n. A public building or room for entertainment, especially gambling.
- n. A card game for two to four players. (Also spelled cassino.)
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A small country house.
- n. A building or room used for meetings, or public amusements, for dancing, etc., sometimes having gambling tables or devices.
- n. A game at cards. See Cassino.
- n. a business establishment for which the primary business is gambling, having various types of gambling tables, such as blackjack or roulette, and usually also slot machines, and sometimes other forms of gambling, such as poker; also, the main room of such an establishment where the gambling is conducted.
- n. a card game in which cards face up on the table are taken with eligible cards in the hand
- n. a public building for gambling and entertainment
- From Italian casino, diminutive form of casa ("house"), from Latin casa ("cottage, hut"). (Wiktionary)
- Italian, diminutive of casa, house, from Latin. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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