ringtaw

noun
ring·​taw | \ ˈriŋ-ˌtȯ \

Definition of ringtaw

: a game of marbles in which marbles are placed in a circle on the ground and shot at from the edge of the circle with the object being to knock them out of the circle

First Known Use of ringtaw

1828, in the meaning defined above

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