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Also, there was a very interesting high-stakes game of "tingo", the rules of which were only secondary to the drama behind the bidding.
It looks like the battle against "tingo" is thoroughly lost.
The Meaning of Tingo, tingo means "to take all the objects one desires from the house of a friend, one at a time, by borrowing them."
The “tingo” in the title is an Easter Island word, which means to borrow objects from a friend’s house one by one until there are none left.
For example, tingo, a word in the Pascuense language of Easter Island that means "borrowing things from a friend’s house, one by one, until he has nothing left".
„ tingo: Vos de rebus, qui fuit ei -,, dem Racchifi Presbiteri, nulla aberc,, debetis, eo quod ipfe Racchifi Pre -,, sbiteri fuam portionem offieruit ei -
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