The third and fourth rows play together, facing away from each other, and leaving a free aisle for their old man or tagger.
As soon as a tagger tries to slap a hand it should be quickly lowered.
Whereupon every player must run out from his home or goal, or change places with the tagger.
The tagging must be done in the same aisle in which the tagger stands.
Vary by having both tagged and tagger skip, hop, etc., instead of run.
"I'd a bit bigger if I'd been a tagger," said Bobby thoughtfully.
He opened to their minds' view all the indecorous life of a tagger after professional sports.
Waal, then, old Kite didn't make no mistake when he said a tagger warn't a sarcumstance.
If he himself is tagged before he reaches home he is out, and the tagger becomes "warner."
For each group one player is selected to be old man or tagger.
one who writes graffiti (tags)
"small hanging piece from a garment," c.1400, perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian tagg "point, prong, barb," Swedish tagg "prickle, thorn," Middle Low German tagge "branch, twig, spike"); cognate with tack (n.1). Meaning "label" is first recorded 1835; sense of "automobile license plate" is recorded from 1935, originally underworld slang. Meaning "an epithet, popular designation" is recorded from 1961, hence slang verb meaning "to write graffiti in public places" (1990).
"children's game," 1738, perhaps a variation of Scot. tig "touch, tap" (1721), probably an alteration of Middle English tek "touch, tap" (see tick (2)).
"to furnish with a tag," mid-15c., from tag (n.1). Related: Tagged; tagging. To tag along is first recorded 1900.
in the baseball sense, 1907, from tag (n.2); the adjective in the pro-wrestling sense is recorded from 1955.
A strip of leather, paper, metal, or plastic attached to something or hung from a wearer's neck to identify, classify, or label.
A small outgrowth or polyp.
To label, identify, or recognize with or as if with a tag.
To incorporate into a compound a readily detected substance making the compound detectable so that its metabolic or chemical history may be followed.
A person, esp a street gang member, who defaces walls, etc, with graffiti: promised Sunday would be a new crackdown on graffiti ''taggers''/ Taggers, gang members and visitors who spray-paint graffiti in national parks/ focusing on graffiti as a crime and tag bangers and killing (entry form 1986+, variant 1990s+)
[final sense fr the fact that many such graffiti are the names, or tags, of the painter]