Curling :: Ice/rink :: Target/mark View Visualisation
Cock Source: SND
The circle at the end of the rink at which the stones are aimed in curling.
Gog/Gog-see Source: SND
The tee or mark for such games as curling, quoits, pitch and toss, etc.
Pat-lid Source: SND
The tee itself.
Pupit Source: SND
A jocular term for the tee.
Tee Source: SND
The target for the stones, a mark set up on or cut in the ice and forming the centre of several concentric circles towards which the stones are aimed.
Toe/Toesee/Tosie/Tozee Source: SND
The mark at which a curler aims his stones, the tee.
Witter Source: SND
The mark aimed at, the tee.
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