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Other children's games :: Leap-frog View Visualisation

(Loup-)cuddy-loup Search Source: SND
Leap-frog.

Auntie Katie Search Source: SND (supp)
A boys' game in which one boy stands with his back against a wall, others form a row of bended backs lined out from him and the other side by leap-frogging as far forward as they can one after the other try to bring the whole lot down by their combined weight.

Bab at the bowster/Bab in bowster/Babbity bowster Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Bonnetie/Bonnety/Bonnadie Search Source: SND
A boys' game.

Capo Search Source: SND
The game of leap-frog, so called from the leaving of one's cap on the back of the boy who is stooping.

Cuddie-loup(s)/Cuddy-loup(s) Search Source: SND
The game of leap-frog.

Cuddy-loup-the-dyke/Cuddie-loup-the-dyke Search Source: SND
The game of leap-frog.

Fit-an-a-half Search Source: SND
A variety of leap-frog.

French flee/French flies Search Source: SND
A variety of leap-frog.

Hacky-duck Search Source: SND
A children's game.

Hotchie-potchie Search Source: SND
A form of leap-frog very popular among boys about 1880.

Humfra nellie Search Source: SND
A children's game, similar to leap-frog.

Lang ingans Search Source: SND
A variety of leap-frog.

Lang leeks Search Source: SND
A variety of leap-frog.

Lang-ingins Search Source: SND (supp)
QUOT: Games of all kinds were played in their season, including lang-ingins (the boys' name for leap-frog).

Loup-the-bullocks Search Source: SND
Leap-frog.

Loup-the-cuddy Search Source: SND
Leap-frog.

Owrie Search Source: SND (supp)
The game of leap-frog.

Paddocks an' tods Search Source: SND
The game of leap-frog.

Puddock loup Search Source: SND
A vaulting jump over another's bent back in the game of leap-frog, the game itself.

Saiddle-my-nag Search Source: SND
A form of leap-frog.

Saumon lowp/Saumon's lowp Search Source: SND
A variety of leapfrog.

Silly cuddies Search Source: SND
The game of leap-frog.

Skin the cuddy/Skin-the-cuddy Search Sources: SND SND
A boys' game in which one boy had to pass over the backs of others, to snatch a cap from the head of the boy at the end. A variety of leap-frog.

Skin-the-goatie Search Source: SND
A variety of leap-frog.

Stringin ingans Search Source: SND
The game of leap-frog.

Tippeny-nippeny Search Source: SND
A variety of leap-frog in which the leapers' caps are successively piled on the “frog's” back until finally one player knocks them off in leaping.

Yunk-the-cuddie Search Source: SND
A boy's game of the leap-frog variety.

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