Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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INDY, n. “A peculiar way of knuckling a marble. . . . The thumb of the left hand was placed on the ground with the hand held up, and the marble in front of the middle finger of the left hand was propelled with the right hand” (Ags., Slg. 1919 T.S.D.C. III. 24).

[Orig. obscure.]

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