Kayles


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n. pl.1.A game; ninepins.
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The word "skittles", long associated with beer, is first recorded in English in 1630 while other games derived from the French "quilles" included "kayles", "cayles", "keiles", "kyles" and "skayles".
You can play the ancient Gotlandish game club kayles, fire a catapult machine known as a trebuchet or sample food prepared according to old manuscripts.
Try your hand at pagan games such as spear throwing, quoits and kayles and tip cat.