Lexicographical Neighbors of Tarok
Literary usage of Tarok
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Bibliography of Card-games and of the History of Playing Cards by Norton Townshend Horr (1892)
"tarok-Codex, die Spiel-Gesetze enthaltend. Wien, Pest, and Leipzig: A. Hartleben, 1888. 8vo. pp. 192. ..."
2. Prophetical, Educational and Playing Cards by John King Van Rensselaer (1912)
"One is called the "Great tarok," another retains the old name "tarok l'Ombre," while a third game (a modification of the last and arranged for more players) ..."
3. The Book of Ser Marco Polo: The Venetian by Marco Polo (1903)
"The King is known in the Burmese Annals as tarok-py^-Meng, "The King who fled from the tarok." * In Dr. Mason's abstract of the Pegu Chronicle we find the ..."
4. The Book of Ser Marco Polo, the Venetian: Concerning the Kingdoms and by Marco Polo, Henry Yule, Henri Cordier (1903)
"The Ki.ig is known in the Burmese Annals as tarok- ... he has not unnaturally confounded it with tarok-ilyo or “China-Town,° 1 ..."
5. Trans-Himalaya: Discoveries and Adventures in Tibet by Sven Anders Hedin (1909)
"We encamped in sight of the tarok-tso, on a level plain about 16 feet above the surface of the lake, and with two nomad tents as our nearest neighbours. ..."