Spil"i*kin (?), n. [OD. spelleken a small pin. See Spill a splinter.]

One of a number of small pieces or pegs of wood, ivory, bone, or other material, for playing a game, or for counting the score in a game, as in cribbage. In the plural (spilikins), a game played with such pieces; pushpin.

[Written also spillikin, spilliken.]


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