Marbles (and similar games ) :: Hole View Visualisation
Canty Source: SND
A hole in the game of ‘kypes' played with marbles.
Cap Source: SND (supp)
A bowl-shaped hollow scooped out in the ground for a game of marbles.
Dump Source: SND
A hole scooped in the ground for playing marbles.
Gogs/Gugs Source: SND
The hole or circle as the mark in the game of marbles.
Kittie/Kitty Source: SND
The hollow at marbles.
Mosh/Moshie/Moshy/Mooshie Source: SND
In the child's game of marbles: a hollow scooped in the ground in which the target marble is placed.
Mug Source: SND
The hole in the ground which is used as a target in certain games of marbles
Puggie Source: SND
The hole in a game of marbles into which the marbles are rolled.
Punkies Source: SND
The holes themselves.
Ring/Ringie/Ring(e)y Source: DOST
A circle drawn on the ground and used as a target area in a game of marbles.
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