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Shinty (and similar games) View Visualisation

(The) club Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Booalla Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Cammock/Cammack/Cummock/Camack/Cammick/Kammi(c)k/Camaig/Cammag Search Source: SND
The game otherwise called shinty.

Carrick Search Source: SND
The old name for the game of shinty.

Chaw Search Source: SND
The game of shinty. A variant of chow.

Chow Search Source: DOST
The game of shinty.

Chow Search Sources: SND (supp) SND
The game of shinty.

Cutty soo /Cutesoo Search Sources: SND SND (supp)
The game of shinty.

Gowf-ba' Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Hail Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Hails Search Source: SND
A game similar to hockey or shinty but played with flat wooden bats (clackans) in place of sticks, still played at Edinburgh Academy.

Harrie the sowie/Herry the sowie Search Sources: SND SND
A kind of shinty.

Heytie Search Source: SND
A name for the game of shinty.

Hummie Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Knotty Search Source: SND
The game of shinty, or some variant form of it.

Knurls Search Source: SND
A game similar to cricket, in which a wooden knob or knurl is struck with a bat, a kind of shinty.

Kralak Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Schinnie/Shinnie/Shinny/Shinye/Schynnie Search Source: DOST
A game played with a stick curved at one end like a hockey stick and used for striking a ball.

Scuddie/Scuddy Search Source: SND
A game like shinty or hockey.

Shelty Search Source: SND
Nonce variant of shinty.

Shimmie Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Shinty Search Source: SND
A game very much like hockey in which a ball is driven by opposing sides, each of eleven players, with curved sticks towards goal posts called hails.

Side-ye Search Source: SND
The game of shinty.

Troap Search Source: SND
A game played with a kind of shinty stick and a piece of wood called a nacket in which one player drives the nacket from his end and the other at the opposite end of the pitch tries to throw the nacket back further than it has been driven, points being scored against the one whose drive is the shorter.

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