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Curling :: Stone/specific stone View Visualisation

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Ailsa Craig/Ailsa Search Source: SND (supp)
A curling stone made from granophyre rock from the volcano of Ailsa Craig.

Burnock (stane) Search Sources: SND SND (supp)
A type of curling stone; “still in common use among curlers and almost black in colour when polished”.

Carrickwater Search Source: SND (supp)
A curling stone taken from one or other of the river-beds in Carrick in Ayr.

Channel stane/Channel stone/Chennel stane/Chennel stone Search Source: SND
A curling-stone.

Chuckie-stane/Chuckie-stone/Chuckey-stone/Chuckey-stane/Chackie-stone/Chackie-stane Search Source: SND
Applied to a curling stone.

Cockit Hat Search Source: SND (supp)
A name given to a three-cornered curling stone of a type in use in the 18th c., so called from its shape.

Craig/Crag/Craige/Kraig/Kraeg Search Source: SND
Applied to a curling-stone.

Crawick Gray Search Source: SND (supp)
The name of variety of curling-stone. QUOT: Metal of a grey description also abounded in the beds of the streams, particularly in Crawick. These were called “Crawick Greys,”and were very keen.

Crieff Search Source: SND (supp)
A curling-stone made from a quarry at Crieff in Per.

Curlin(g)-stane Search Source: SND
The smooth, rounded stone used in the game of curling.

Curling Stan(e)/Stan(e) Search Source: DOST
A further example of curling stane.

Curling stone Search Source: DOST
A curling stone.

Cutin-stane/Cutie-stane Search Source: SND
A curling-stone.

Finger stone Search Source: SND (supp)
A curling stone with fingerholes instead of a handle.

Geese Search Source: SND
A large curling-stone, from the shape.

Guse Search Source: SND
A name given to a large curling-stone, from the resemblance in shape.

Hone Search Source: SND
A curling-stone made from a variety of rock found on Ailsa Craig.

Ice-stane Search Source: SND
A curling stone.

Loadstone Search Source: DOST
A loadstone. Also a curling-stone.

Luiffie/Loofie-(channle)stane Search Source: SND
An early flat type of curling-stone having no handle but merely indentations for the thumb on one side and the fingers on the other.

Pilty-cock Search Source: SND
An early form of curling-stone with grips for the hand instead of a handle.

Quoit Search Source: SND
A curling-stone.

Quoitin-stane/Coiting-stane/Kutty-stane/Kirty-stane Search Source: SND
A curling-stone.

Roaring stone Search Source: SND
A curling-stone.

Rock Search Source: SND
A curlers' name for a curling stone.

Stane Search Source: SND
The round polished stone fitted with a handle for throwing which is used in the game of curling.

Whin Search Source: SND
A curling-stone made of whin.

Whinstane Search Source: SND
A curling-stone.

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