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Pasuckuakohowog is a Native American game similar to football. The term literally translates to "they gather to play ball with the foot" and was described by Roger Williams. There are records that show it was played in the 17th century. The game was played on beaches with goals about a half-mile-wide and set one mile apart. Up to 500 people usually played Pasuckuakohowog at one time, while many games had up to 1000 players.

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  • هي لعبة لدى سكان أمريكا الأصليين تشبه كرة القدم. يُترجم المصطلح "Pasuckuakohowog" حرفيًا إلى «اجتماع للعب كرة القدم» ووصفه روجر ويليامز ذاكرًا وجود تساجيل تُظهر أنها لُعبت في القرن السابع عشر. لُعبت اللعبة على الشواطئ بأهداف يبلغ عرضها نصف ميل تقريبًا وتفصل بينها مسافة ميل واحد. كانت لعبة باسوكوياكوهويوغ لعبة خطرة حيث كانت تلعب كأنها حرب تقريبًا كان يتعين على اللاعبين غالبًا ترك اللعبة بسبب كسر في العظام أو إصابات خطيرة أخرى. تستمر اللعبة غالبًا لساعات وتبقى أحيانًا إلى اليوم التالي. بعد كل مباراة تكون هناك وليمة احتفالية كبيرة يشترك فيها الفريقان. (ar)
  • Pasuckuakohowog ist ein fußballähnliches Spiel der Ureinwohner Nordamerikas. (de)
  • Pasuckuakohowog is a Native American game similar to football. The term literally translates to "they gather to play ball with the foot" and was described by Roger Williams. There are records that show it was played in the 17th century. The game was played on beaches with goals about a half-mile-wide and set one mile apart. Up to 500 people usually played Pasuckuakohowog at one time, while many games had up to 1000 players. Pasuckuakohowog was a dangerous game and was played almost like a war. Players would often have to quit due to broken bones or other serious injuries. Pasuckuakohowog players wore ornaments and war paint to disguise themselves from retaliation after the game. The game would often last for hours and sometimes carry over to the next day. After each match there would be a large celebratory feast, including both teams. (en)
  • Pasuckuakohowog é um jogo nativo norte-americano semelhante ao futebol. Pasuckuakohowog que pode ser traduzido literalmente como "eles se reúnem para jogar bola com o pé." Há registros que mostram que ele foi jogado no século XVII. Mas muitos acreditam que ele foi jogado muito tempo antes. O jogo era jogado em praias com metas com cerca de 804,672 metros de largura com cerca de 1,6 km de distância. Até 500 pessoas jogavam o pasuckuakohowog, muitos jogos tinham até 1000 jogadores. O pasuckuakohowog era um jogo perigoso e foi jogado quase como uma guerra. Os jogadores, muitas vezes tinham de sair devido a ossos quebrados e outros ferimentos graves. Os jogadores de pasuckuakohowog usavam ornamentos e pintura de guerra para disfarçar-se da retaliação após o jogo. O jogo que muitas vezes duravam horas e, às vezes terminava somente no dia seguinte. Após cada partida, havia uma grande festa de celebração, incluindo ambas as equipes. (pt)
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  • هي لعبة لدى سكان أمريكا الأصليين تشبه كرة القدم. يُترجم المصطلح "Pasuckuakohowog" حرفيًا إلى «اجتماع للعب كرة القدم» ووصفه روجر ويليامز ذاكرًا وجود تساجيل تُظهر أنها لُعبت في القرن السابع عشر. لُعبت اللعبة على الشواطئ بأهداف يبلغ عرضها نصف ميل تقريبًا وتفصل بينها مسافة ميل واحد. كانت لعبة باسوكوياكوهويوغ لعبة خطرة حيث كانت تلعب كأنها حرب تقريبًا كان يتعين على اللاعبين غالبًا ترك اللعبة بسبب كسر في العظام أو إصابات خطيرة أخرى. تستمر اللعبة غالبًا لساعات وتبقى أحيانًا إلى اليوم التالي. بعد كل مباراة تكون هناك وليمة احتفالية كبيرة يشترك فيها الفريقان. (ar)
  • Pasuckuakohowog ist ein fußballähnliches Spiel der Ureinwohner Nordamerikas. (de)
  • Pasuckuakohowog is a Native American game similar to football. The term literally translates to "they gather to play ball with the foot" and was described by Roger Williams. There are records that show it was played in the 17th century. The game was played on beaches with goals about a half-mile-wide and set one mile apart. Up to 500 people usually played Pasuckuakohowog at one time, while many games had up to 1000 players. (en)
  • Pasuckuakohowog é um jogo nativo norte-americano semelhante ao futebol. Pasuckuakohowog que pode ser traduzido literalmente como "eles se reúnem para jogar bola com o pé." Há registros que mostram que ele foi jogado no século XVII. Mas muitos acreditam que ele foi jogado muito tempo antes. O jogo era jogado em praias com metas com cerca de 804,672 metros de largura com cerca de 1,6 km de distância. Até 500 pessoas jogavam o pasuckuakohowog, muitos jogos tinham até 1000 jogadores. O pasuckuakohowog era um jogo perigoso e foi jogado quase como uma guerra. Os jogadores, muitas vezes tinham de sair devido a ossos quebrados e outros ferimentos graves. Os jogadores de pasuckuakohowog usavam ornamentos e pintura de guerra para disfarçar-se da retaliação após o jogo. O jogo que muitas vezes durava (pt)
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  • باسوكوياكوهويوغ (ar)
  • Pasuckuakohowog (de)
  • Pasuckuakohowog (en)
  • Pasuckuakohowog (pt)
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