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Other children's games :: Hopscotch :: Stone View Visualisation

Hafty Search Source: SND
A smooth, flat stone used in the game of hopscotch.

Hippin-block Search Source: SND
The block used in the game of hopscotch.

Lallie Search Source: SND
A fragment of earthenware, esp. used as a plaything, as in hopscotch.

Luck stone Search Source: SND
The stone used in hopscotch.

Pallall Search Source: SND
The counter with which the game is played.

Pecher Search Source: SND
The flat counter used in the game of hopscotch.

Peever Search Sources: SND SND (supp)
The flat stone or counter used in the game of hopscotch.

Pick Search Source: SND
The stone or metal counter in the game of hopscotch.

Pigger Search Source: SND
The counter used in hopscotch.

Pitcher Search Source: SND
The flat counter used in the game of hopscotch.

Pitchie Search Source: SND
The flat counter used in the game of hopscotch.

Pot Search Source: SND
The counter used in the game, freq. a piece of a broken earthenware vessel.

Potchie Search Source: SND
The counter used in the game, freq. a piece of a broken earthenware vessel.

Prally Search Source: SND (supp)
The counter with which the game is played.

Ske(e)tcher/Ske(e)tchie Search Source: SND
A flat stone or the like kicked from square to square in the game of hopscotch.

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