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The Tiddlywinks Bibliography is a compendium of all substantive and obscure citations to the game of tiddlywinks in all available resources: newspapers, magazines, books, government records, images, audio, video, websites, etc. In other words, if the game of tiddlywinks was mentioned either briefly or in detail, it should be in the Tiddlywinks Bibliography.
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|1945||Sidney J. Baker. The Australian language. 1945. Pages 109, 163, 270|
Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey. A dictionary of slang, jargon & cant: embracing English, American, and Anglo-Indian slang, pidgin English, tinker's jargon and other irregular phraseology. Volume 1. The Ballantyne Press, 1890.
Henry G. Burger. The wordtree: a transitive cladistic for solving physical & social problems : the dictionary that analyzes a quarter-million word-listings by their processes, branches them binarily to pinpoint the concepts, thus sequentially tracing causes to their effects, to produce a handbook of physical and social engineering. 1984. Pages 67, 227, 246
|1971||John Carroll et al. The American heritage word frequency book. 1971. Pages 475, 732|
The Century dictionary and cyclopedia. 1911. Volume 9. (tiddledewinks, squap) 1911 edition has 1909 Century dictionary supplement bound in
|Digital copy and transcript (NAtwA)|
|1980||John Ciardi. A browser's dictionary. © 1980. Pages 38586|
|1895||Conkey Co. The American encyclopaedic dictionary. 1895. Volume SUPZ (wink)|
|1982||Paul Dickson. Words. © 1982, Delacorte Press. Chapter "Game names", pages 222 (boondock), 225 (nurdle), 226 (squidger, squop)||Original (NATwA)|
|1982||Dickson's Word Treasury. © 1982, 1992. Page 125 (boondocking), 127 (nurdling), 128 (squidger, squop)|
|1958||Dizionario Enciclopedico Italiano.
1958, Roma. Volume 9.
|English-Afrikaans dictionary (translation of "tiddlywinks" as "saltodiskoj" ("discgame"))|
|1976||Stuart B. Flexner. I hear America talking. 1976. Pages 125, 127, 328|
|Julian Franklyn. A dictionary of rhyming slang|
|1895||Funk and Wagnalls. 1895. (tiddledy winks)|
James Orchard Halliwell. A dictionary of archaic and provincial words. 1855 (originally 1847). (tidliwink, squap)
|1882||Fred W. P. Jago. Glossary of the Cornish dialect. 1882|
|1905||Daniel Lyons, editor. American dictionary of the English language. 1905, P. F. Collier & Son.|
|1891||James Maitland. The American slang dictionary. © 1891 ("the name of a game" for "tiddlywink")||Transcript (NATwA)|
Erin McKean. Verbatim: from the bawdy to the sublime, the best writing on language for word lovers, grammar mavens, and armchair linguists. © 2001. Pages 149-151. This is a reprint from Verbatim magazine, December 1977. Illustration on page 150 of two boys playing tiddlywinks.
|1897||Eduard Muret. Muret encyclopaedic EnglishGerman and GermanEnglish dictionary. August 1897. [PF3640.M8] Part first (EnglishGerman), second half (LZ), page 2199 ("tiddl(e)ywink" -s)||Photocopy (NATwA)|
|1933+||Oxford English dictionary (OED). 1933 and supplements, Oxford University Press. Volume [TBD] page 719 ("squappe"), 743 ("squidge"); volume [TBD], page 10 ("tiddlywink(s)"),||
|1986||Oxford English dictionary supplement (OEDS). Volume IV, SeZ. 1986. (squidge, squidger, squop, squopper, tiddler, tiddlywink, tiddlywinker, tiddlywinks, triple crown, wink, winker, winking, winks)||
Oxford English dictionary online
Lexicon of the game of tiddlywinks
Other entries mentioning tiddlywinks or its terms
Digital copy (NATwA)
[some to be retrieved]
|1970||Eric Partridge. A dictionary of slang & unconventional English. 7th edition. 1970. Pages 818 (squab), 88384 (tiddlywink), 890 (titley), 1334 (play tiddlywinks), 1468 (tiddly wink), 1513 (wink), 454 and 123536 (kidlywink). Refers to a relevant letter from Moe to Partridge||Transcript (NATwA)|
|1984||Eric Partridge. A dictionary of slang & unconventional English. 8th edition, edited by Paul Beale. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London. ©1984. [PE3721.P3] Pages ix ("Tiddlywinks" in list), 1397 (appendix devoted to tiddlywinks jargon, by Cyril Edwards); also throughout.||
|1966||Eric Partridge. Origins: a short etymological dictionary of modern English. © 1966, 4th edition.|
|1976||K. C. Phillips. Westcountry words and ways. 1976. Page 72|
Sir James A. H. Murray, editor. A New English dictionary on historical principles: founded mainly on the materials collected by the Philological Society, Volume 6, L-N. This was a predecessor to the Oxford English dictionary.
|1967||Random House. American dictionary. 1967. (dictionary of 30,000 words)|
|1966||Random House dictionary of the English language. © 1966. Page 1483 (tiddlywinks, wink from winch)|
|1970||Paul Robert. Dictionnaire alphabetique et analogique de la langue francais. 1970. Volume 5, page 539 (puce)|
|1965||A. H. Smith, J. L. N. O'Loughlin, editors. Odham's dictionary of the English language. 1965|
|1977||Susan Kelz Sperling. Poplollies and bellibones, a celebration of lost words. © 1977. Pages 59, 101 ("KIDLIIWINK"), 109 ("TIDLIWINK")||Transcript (NATwA)|
Sol Steinmetz. There's a Word for It: The Explosion of the American Language Since 1900. © 2010. Page 120. Harmony Books.
|Webster's new international dictionary. 2nd edition.|
|1961||Webster's third new international dictionary. 1961. Pages 2216 (squidge), 2390 (tiddledywinks), 2622 (wink); also (chip)|
|1904||Webster's universal dictionary. 1904. (tiddledywinks/tiddlywinks)|
|1904||Webster's empire dictionary. 1904|
|1904||Webster's imperial dictionary. 1904|
|1921||Ernest Weekley. An etymological dictionary of modern English. 1921. Volume 2|
|1969||J. C. Wells. EsperantoEnglish dictionary. 1969. Page 394 (saltodiskoj)|
|1905||Joseph Wright, editor. English dialect dictionary. 1905, reprinted 1970. Volume 6, page 137 (tiddlywink). Volume 5, pages 709 (squidge), 704 (squap). Volume 6, page 173 of supplement (squallop)||Photocopy (NATwA)|
|1857||Thomas Wright. Dictionary of obsolete & provincial English. 1857, reprinted 1967. Volume 2 (squap)|