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Shinty (and similar games) :: Equipment :: Stick/club View Visualisation

Cammock/Cammack/ Cummock/Camack/ Cammick/Kammi(c)k/Camaig/Cammag Search Source: SND
A crooked stick.

Carrick Search Source: SND
The stick, curved at one end, used in shinty.

Clackan/Clacken Search Source: SND
A wooden hand-bat or racquet used by the boys at the Edinburgh Academy and High School.

Cutty soo/Cutesoo Search Source: SND
The club with which the ball is driven.

Hail-stick Search Source: SND
A shinty-stick, a caman.

Hummie Search Source: SND
The stick used in the game of shinty.

Schinnie/Shinnie/Shinny/Shinye/Schynnie Search Source: DOST
The stick used in shinty.

Scuddie/Scuddy Search Source: SND
The curved club used in the game of scuddie.

Shimmie Search Source: SND
The stick used in the game of shinty.

Shinty Search Source: SND
The club or stick used in the game, a cammock or caman.

Shinty-club/Shinny-club Search Source: SND
The stick used to strike the ball.

Shinty-stick Search Source: SND
The stick used to strike the ball.

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