FANDOM


  • Argentina - Trompo
  • Australia - Kolap (Island of Mer in the Torres Straits), Pewer kolap (Island of Mer in the Torres Straits), Wana (Mabuiag in the Torres Straits)
  • Belgium - Draaitol (Dutch), Muziektol (Dutch), Toppen (Dutch), Toupie (French), Dop (Flemish dialect)
  • Brazil - Pião
  • Bulgaria - Pumpal
  • Bosnia - Svrdlo
  • Burundi - Akamari
  • Cambodia - Too loo (Hmong)
  • China - Tuoluo, Too loo (Hmong)
  • Colombia - Trompos
  • Croatia - Svrdlo, Zvrk
  • Czech Republic - Káca
  • Denmark - Snurretop,
  • Esperanto - Turbo
  • Estonia - Vurr
  • Finland - Hyrrä
  • France - Toupie, f.
  • Germany - Danzknöpfli (Schwarzwald), Dilldop (Köln), Dreidel, Havergeis (Schwarzwald), Kreisel, m., Schnurre, f. (old form), Wendekreisel (tippe top)
  • Ghana - Akondodeem Ate
  • Greece - Sbora, Svoura
  • Guatemala - Trompos
  • Hungary - búgócsiga (humming top), Pörgettyu;, Pörgö, Csiga literally - snail.
  • Iceland - Skopparahringla
  • India - Bambaram (tamil), Bhamaido. Pronounced : bha - my - doe (Gujarat - a mid western Indian state), Bhoura. Pronounced : bho-rra (Maharashtra) - Buguri (Kannada and Tulu languages) - Lattoo (Hindi)
  • Iran - Fer Ferè
  • Iraq - Dauama (South) Laulab Musraa (slang)
  • Israel - Dreidel (Yiddish), Forfera (Hebrew), peg top - Rolera (Hebrew), Sevivon (Hebrew), Literally: turning/spinning Italy, Sotula (Turin, Piedmont), Trottola, f.
  • Jamaica-Gig
  • Japan - Koma asobi
  • Korea - Pang-Ih
  • Kuwait - Dawammahh
  • Laos - Too loo (Hmong)
  • Latvia - Vilcins
  • Lithuania - Vilkelis
  • Marocco - Trombia
  • Malaysia - Gasing (in the Malay language)
  • Mexico - Trompo, Pirinola
  • Netherlands - Tol ("Tollen" is the name of playing with the "tol"), Bromtol (Brom = buzzing), Draaitol (Draaien=to turn) New Zealand - Potakas (Maori)
  • Norway - Kattimann (Hovdenakken, Romsdalen), Kåtekall (Øygarden N/W of Bergen), Snurrebass (also used as slang for the male genital), Snørekall (top started with cord), Speril (Røra in Innherad) Literally - lambs tail, Spinnhurr (Hemsedal), Sylletopp (Stavanger) Pakistan Latoo (Sindh province)
  • Peru - Trompo
  • Philippines - Ka-sing (cebuano, visayan), Trumpo (tagalog)
  • Poland - Baczek, Bak
  • Portugal - Pião Puerto
  • Rico - Chobita, small top - literally - small fish, Vaca large top - literally - cow
  • Romania - Titirez
  • Russia - Volchok
  • Serbia - Cigra (pronounced 'chigra')
  • Spain - Baldufa (Barcelona - Catalunya), Buxaina (Galicia)from buxo the Galician word for the wood of which spinning tops were made in the older days, Galdrufa (Aragon), Peon (Aragon), Peonza, f. (Aragon), Pirindola (Aragon), Pirulo (Aragon), Refinadera (Aragon), Trompa, (Valencia), Trompo, m. (Barcelona - Catalunya), Trompitxol (Barcelona - Catalunya), Virolet
  • Sri Lanka - Pamper
  • Sweden - Snurra
  • Switzerland - Kreisel, Pfurri, n. , Spielkreisel, Stubentänzer, m., Surrlibutz (humming top), Suuri (Baseldeutsch), Wiirpel (Baselbieter dialect) Zwiirbel, m.
  • Taiwan - Gan Leh
  • Thailand - Luke Khang (Thai), Too loo (Hmong)
  • Tunisia - Zarbout
  • Turkey - Topac (pronounced 'toepatch')
  • United Kingdom - Humming top, Spinning top
  • United States - Top
  • Venezuela - Trompos, Zaranda (tin pump top)
  • Vietnam - Too loo