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A [[medjeeval]] game of [[Bingo]] designed to make a [[court]] more [[fun]]. All participants receive a card with a list of various words or phrases on them before court starts, and during court whenever the [[king]]/[[queen]] or [[baron]]/[[baroness]] says one of the words or phrases, you mark it off. The first person to have all their words or phrases said calls out '''"Ha-zingo!"''' (a mish-mash of '[[huzzah]]' and 'Bingo') and is declared the [[winner]].
 
A [[medjeeval]] game of [[Bingo]] designed to make a [[court]] more [[fun]]. All participants receive a card with a list of various words or phrases on them before court starts, and during court whenever the [[king]]/[[queen]] or [[baron]]/[[baroness]] says one of the words or phrases, you mark it off. The first person to have all their words or phrases said calls out '''"Ha-zingo!"''' (a mish-mash of '[[huzzah]]' and 'Bingo') and is declared the [[winner]].
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Some phrases which we used at the court of [[Baron Gwynfor]] Lwyd, which you may like to use on ''your'' Ha-zingo(tm) card could be:
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* [[Arts]] and [[crafts]]
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* come before their excellencies
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* scintillating
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* obsequious
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* [[seneschal]]
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* promulgate
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* [[fabbo]]

Revision as of 20:46, 14 August 2003

A medjeeval game of Bingo designed to make a court more fun. All participants receive a card with a list of various words or phrases on them before court starts, and during court whenever the king/queen or baron/baroness says one of the words or phrases, you mark it off. The first person to have all their words or phrases said calls out "Ha-zingo!" (a mish-mash of 'huzzah' and 'Bingo') and is declared the winner.

Some phrases which we used at the court of Baron Gwynfor Lwyd, which you may like to use on your Ha-zingo(tm) card could be: