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Play shinty View Visualisation

Car-sham-ye Search Source: SND
An exclamation used, in the game of shinty, when one of the antagonists strikes the ball with the club in his left hand.

Clubsides you Search Source: SND
Used by boys at shinny or shinty, when a player strikes from the wrong hand.

Hail Search Source: SND
The cry of “Hail” raised when a goal, etc., is scored.

Hummie Search Source: SND
A cry used in the game of shinty to warn an opponent to keep to his own side, off-side!

Hummie your stick/Hummie your side Search Source: SND
A cry used in the game of shinty to warn an opponent to keep to his own side, off-side!

Hyperal Search Source: SND
An exclamation employed by a player in the game of shinty when he lifts the ball from an unplayable position and throws it up and back into play.

Karshab Search Source: SND
A cry in the game of shinty for an off-side.

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