PRONUNCIATION: (TROH-kee, British: trosh)

oun: A small tablet or lozenge, typically round and sweetened.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek trochos (wheel), from trechein (to run), which also gave us the metrical trochee. Earliest documented use: 1597.

TORO CHE - prize bull named for the Cuban revolutionary

TROTHE - women promising to marry

TOCHE - one buttock