According to answers.com: "The etymology of the word hockey is uncertain. It may derive from the Old French word hoquet, shepherd's crook, or from the Middle Dutch word hokkie, meaning shack or doghouse, which in popular use meant goal. "
Hockey is a very old sport. Very little is known about its origin.
Yes, the word 'hockey' is a noun, a shortened form of ice hockey or field hockey; a word for a sport; a word for a thing.
No. Originally "field hockey" was not called that, as at the time of origin there was only one type of hockey with variations, played around the world. Outside of America and Canada field hockey is known by its original and formal name of hockey. It is only after the popular growth of ice hockey and roller hockey in North America that the word "field" was added to distinguish it.
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the word ice hockey comes from the word " ice hurley" which was a form of ice hockey played in Canada in the 1800
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