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1 94 Collectanea.

5. Coig gun ghliog. {Five without click.)

Played as Deafs (p. 72).

6. Coig na crois. {Cross Jive.)

Four chucks were placed in a parallelogram (the name suggests the form of a cross), the player threw up one, swept up the four, and caught the faUing one.

7. Claban Mor. {Big mouth.)

A chuck is placed in the mouth and one on the ground. With the playing hand the one in the mouth and the one on the ground are picked up consecutively and the falling one caught.

8. Claban Beag. {Little mouth. It implies open mouth.) The same as 7, omitting the chuck placed on the ground.

9. Coig an leth shuil. {One eye five ^

Three are thrown up and caught after lifting the two from the ground.

10. Coig na cearraig. {Left-handed five.) This is No. i, p. 70, played with the left hand.

1 1 . Coig comhnaidh. {Help five ?)

Holding five in her hand the player throws four up, lays down the fifth, and catches the four as they fall.

1 2 . Coig mheilich. { Stifi^ {from cold) five. )

Three in hand, two on ground, the three thrown up, and one lifted.

13. Garadh Mor. {Big wall.)

Four are placed on the ground, extending from the player in a straight line of about nine inches, the remaining one is thrown up, the four swept up, and the fifth caught.

14. Garadh Beag. {Little zvall.)

As 13, three chucks forming the wall.

1 5 . Trttsadh. { Gatheriiig. )

As 14, but only two chucks are laid down,

16. Trusadh Beag. {Little gathering.)

As 15, but while the same relative distance between each chuck has been maintained in 13, 14, 15, here the distance is reduced to a half.