1. old maid (card game)
2. living without one's mother-in-lawSlang
Wikipedia definition
3. Old maid (card game)Old maid is a Victorian card game for two to eight players probably deriving from an ancient gambling game in which the loser pays for the drinks. It is known in Germany as Schwarzer Peter, in Sweden as Svarte Petter and in Finland as Musta Pekka (all meaning "black Peter") and in France as le pouilleux ("the lousy/louse-ridden one") or vieux garçon ("old boy"). The game spawns an element of bluffing, commonly used in poker.
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Other forms
ばば抜き 【ばばぬき】婆抜き 【ばばぬき】


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