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Other children's games View Visualisation

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Allicomgreenzie Search Source: SND
A girls' game.

Cane Search Source: SND (supp)
The name of a children's game.

Craw flee Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Crinkey Search Source: SND (supp)
A children's game.

Cuffets Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Dig for silver Search Source: SND
A children's game.

Eelie Pigs Search Source: SND
A children's game.

Gynkartoun Search Source: DOST
Some boyish game.

Heckery Peckery Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Hickety Bickety Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Kipperdy Smash Search Source: SND
A children's game.

Kookly Search Source: SND
A schoolboys' game.

Krinky Search Source: SND
A kind of game.

Loachman-Lo Search Source: SND
A children's game.

Pilly Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Poachie Search Source: SND
A child's game.

Queen Mary Search Source: SND
A girls' ring-dance accompanied by a song beginning “Queen Mary”.

Turn-the-ship Search Source: SND
A girl's game.

Weary Search Source: SND
A girls' game.

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