Hand games #galicia


Anna Weitman <jgkoss1@...>
 

Dear Genners!

Carole Glick Feinberg asked about a hand game using a string. I don't think
this is Galician game. I was born (in the 60's)and grew up in Sweden in a
very non-jewish way and we used to play this game too. We called it "ta
hand" which means "take a hand". My guess is that this game was played in
many countries.

Best Regards/
Anna Weitman, Sweden

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