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  1. Sarasponda

    "Sarasponda" is a children's nonsense song which has been considered a popular campfire song. It is often described to be a spinning song, that is, a song that would be sung while spinning at the spinning wheel. It is frequently described as being of Dutch origin, and there is a bit of folklore that says Dutch mothers used it to teach their daughters to spin with the particular aim of finding a good husband. This origin is hard to verify, however. The earliest known printed versions may be American collections from the 1940s. It is contained in the pocket songbook Sing It Again, published in 1944 by the Cooperative Recreation Service, and in Sing for the Fun of It, published by the Florida Methodist Youth Fellowship in the same decade.The words are sometimes said to be onomatopoeic, made up from the sound of the spinning wheel itself, “sarasponda, sarasponda, sarasponda", and then the sound of the foot pedal brake slowing down the wheel; "ret, set, set.”

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  1. sarasponda

    Sarasponda is a traditional children's game or nursery rhyme that is performed with hand clapping and singing. It involves a repetitive and rhythmic pattern of clapping hands and singing a specific set of lyrics. The game is typically played in a group and is often used as a form of entertainment or social activity for children. The exact origins and variations of Sarasponda may vary across different cultures and regions.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of sarasponda in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of sarasponda in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9


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