English citations of Uckers
Proper noun: The board game
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- 1944, Richard Baxter, Stand by to Surface (page 71)
- For more than an hour he lay silently within the zone of the attack while some members of his crew played Uckers, others indulged in a little gamble at Banker, and 'Cookie' passed tea round.
- 2004 - Jim Allaway, Hero of the Upholder p.86
- ('Uckers' as the Navy call it) were a popular means of relieving the long periods of tedium that separated the perils of life on patrol
- 28 November 2008 - South Wales Argus - Book Revies: Not Enough Room to Swing a Cat
- Any purported dictionary that doesn't have 'uckers' - the naval version of ludo in it - must be suspect.