"Kalyvook and Out," is an expression NOT well known in most parts of the world.?
"Kalyvook and Out," is an expression NOT well known in most parts of the world. But in the far north of Canada, Eskimos associated the term with Carnival time in Frobisher Bay. Loosely translated, the term means --"Step Lively."
The idea is simple -- skip the rope AND call attached in the middle, but it isn't as early as it looks:
It takes considerable dexterity to stay out of the way of the ball, and it appears the Eskimo is far more proficient at the game than white man.