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Definition of Shinty

Shinty
Shinty Shin"ty, n. [Cf. Gael. sinteag a skip, a bound.] A Scotch game resembling hockey; also, the club used in the game. --Jamieson.

Meaning of Shinty from wikipedia

- Shinty (Scottish Gaelic: camanachd, iomain) is a team game pla**** with sticks and a ball. Shinty is now pla**** mainly in the Scottish Highlands, and amongst...
- Composite rules shinty–hurling (Irish: Rialacha chomhréiteach sinteag-iomáint)—sometimes known simply as shinty–hurling—is a hybrid sport which was developed...
- of the national sporting culture include the Highland games, curling and shinty. In boxing, Scotland has had 13 world champions, including Ken Buchanan...
- joined by the British Forces shinty team, SCOTS Camanachd for a w****end of commemorations, lectures, memorial services and shinty matches on the w****end of...
- The Shinty/Hurling International Series is a sports competition pla**** annually between the Ireland national hurling team (selected by the Gaelic Athletic...
- Stewart Island/Rakiura, New Zealand Oban Camanachd, a shinty team from Oban Oban Celtic, another shinty team from Oban Oban River, part of the Clarence River...
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- in the Peerage of Scotland Lovat Scouts, British Army unit Lovat Shinty Club, a shinty club from Kiltarlity, Scotland LOVAT Inc., a Canadian company which...
- hockey Underwater hockey Unicycle hockey Cammag Hurling Camogie Shinty Composite rules shinty-hurling Lacrosse Box lacrosse Field lacrosse Women's lacrosse...
- Gary Innes (born 1981) is a Scottish musician, a former shinty player and a broadcaster from Spean Bridge, Lochaber, Scotland. He is an accordion player...
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