1) A game for young people, noted by Halliwell in 1655 but occurring regularly in Yorkshire records.
1606 one Tho. Wildon, a person excommunicate ... for keeping Guile-bones or Ten-bones and other unlawfull games at his house for mens servants and apprentices to play, Sheriff Hutton
1619 Thomas Hodgson for bowlinge att tenn bones in time of divine service, Thorp Arch
1623 for playing att x bones upon the Saboath day, Bishopthorpe.