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Barley was recorded by the Opies as the prevailing term in east Scotland and the Borders, the Lake District, north-west England, west Midlands and in Wales, apart from the south east of Wales where cree prevailed.There were many variations such as barley-bay, barley-bees, barlow or barrels.

The vocabulary of children's games, including truce terms, is described by sociolinguist Peter Trudgill in Dialects of England as being particularly rich in regional variation insofar as they are not based on official or television culture.

The Opies conducted a study of the use of truce terms throughout England, Scotland and Wales in the 1950s and published their results in a book called The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren.

Schools bordering two linguistic regions honoured both.

The words used in urban areas were often at odds with words used in the surrounding countryside.

The Opies recorded around 45 truce terms plus variations.

The most widely used were barley, fainites, kings, crosses, keys, skinch, cree and scribs.

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The most extensive study of the use and incidence of these terms is that undertaken by folklorists Iona and Peter Opie in the UK in their 1959 book, The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren, which mapped the use of truce terms across England, Wales and Scotland.

The Opies considered it the most important word in a schoolchild's vocabulary and one for which there was no adult equivalent.

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