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Headline Italian-English Dictionary Includes Cat, Trap  +
Reviewed true  +
Salience 2  +
Year 1,598  +
Year Number 2  +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 7 September 2012 00:26:30  +
TextThis property is a special property in this wiki. <p>Florio, John, <u>A world of <p>Florio, John, <u>A world of wordes or Most copious, and exact dictionarie in Italian and English</u> [London], per David Block, <u>Baseball Before We Knew It</u>, page 167. This dictionary defines <i>lippa</i> as "a cat or trap as children use to play with."</p> <p>1598.3 - First Known Appearance of the Term "Cricket"</p> <p>[Cf #1550c.2 above.] A 1598 trial in the Surrey town of Guildford includes a statement by John Derrick, then aged 59. According to a 1950 history of Guildford's Royal Grammar School, "[H]e stated that he had known the [disputed] ground for fifty years or more and that 'when he was a scholar in the free school of Guildford, he and several of his fellows did run and play there at cricket and other plays.' This is believed to be the first recorded mention of cricket."</p> <p>Brown, J. F., <u>The Story of the Royal Grammar School, Guildford</u>, 1950, page 6. <b>Note:</b> it would be interesting to see the original reference, and to know how 1550 was chosen as the reported year of play.</p> en as the reported year of play.</p>
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