Traditional Maltese game similar to bowls.
Big glass marble used in children’s games.
Speċi ta’ logħba tal-boċċi, fejn it-tfal jaqbdu ġebla tonda, u jgarawha lejn ġebla oħra, pjuttost ċatta, qisa ftira, li tkun ftit ‘il bogħod. Ir-rebbiegħ ikun dak li jirnexxielu jolqot l-aktar il-ġebla l-kbira u li fl-aħħar ikissirha. Sqal. ciappa, lastricina di pietra con cui giocan I ragazzi. Sors etim. J. A.
Dead center, straight ahead, just opposite (term generally used in certain games such as billiards and bowling)
To just touch a billiard ball with the cue ball, to be precise.
A strike in billiards where the cue ball is made to hit two side rail cushions before hitting the intended billiard ball.
To falsify; forger; to spin cue ball in billiards.
Spin shot (snooker, billiards etc). To hit cue ball in such a way as to cause it spin.
Measure used in games with marbles, determined by the distance between thumb and index finger when these are placed in the form of a right angle.
Term used in the game of bowls.
Old game that was played using marbles / bowls.
Large marble or bead used by children when playing with marbles or beads.
(Games) To successfully flick a marble etc into a hole.
To pot (a billiard ball).