Shinty (phrase) View Visualisation
Lyin to the lick Source: SND (supp)
QUOT: Gordon's Lone has still the Grecian bend towards its west end, and runs easterly with the same gentle curve—“lying to the lick” finely, as boys say of a good shinty.
To kep hin-dools Source: SND
To stop balls from going over the goal-line (in the game of shinty).
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