A game at cards, that may be played by two, three, or four persons, the highest card (except when an extra card called the Joker is used) being the knave of the same suit as the trump, and called right bower, the lowest card used being the seven, or frequently, in two-handed euchre, the nine spot. See Bower.
- A card game played usually with the highest 32 cards, in which each player is dealt 5 cards and the player making the trump is required to take at least 3 tricks to win.
- The act of euchring an opponent.
- To prevent (an opponent) from taking 3 tricks in euchre.
- To deceive by sly or underhand means; cheat: euchred us out of our life savings.