Mus (card Game)

Mus (card Game)

Mus is a Spanish card game, widely played in Spain and to a lesser extent in France. It is a vying game. The word Mus is believed to come from the French word mouche ("fly"), from Latin mussula.

In Spain it is the most played card game, spawning several Mus clubs or peñas and becoming a staple game among college students. It is not uncommon to hear the Basque terms, such as órdago (from Basque hor dago "there it is") used by Spanish speakers, often without them being aware of the literal meanings of the terms and phrases.

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