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B12 Games (2). Informant: Dawið ʾadam (Dure)

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This chapter provides information about the games i.e., girls' hide and seek, and the hat game. Two girls would strike the hand of one another and one would run off. When they struck her hand, she would run off and enter into the hole. Then she would come out and go elsewhere and then go to some other place. The other girl has to follow after her. Every place that she goes to and enters, the other has to follow after her. If she makes a mistake, she sits down. They play this game for fun. Men play hat game with a hat. They put it on the ground and played with it with their feet.

Keywords: hat game; hide and seek



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