salugi

salugi

[suh-loo-jee]
noun
1.
a gamelike prank in which a youth grabs something belonging to another and throws it to a third, preventing the owner from retrieving it as it is tossed back and forth.
interjection
2.
(used to signal the beginning of this prank.)

Origin:
origin uncertain

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