The original name of badminton was Poona
Badminton took its name from the Gloucestershire seat of the dukes of Beaufort, (England) where it is believed to have evolved in the 1870s from the older game of shuttlecock. The original name of Badminton was Ha Ha
the name comes from a 19th century Scotsman named George McCaber. Who came up with the name while playing chess with his friend his original name was Badminton caravan witch means game with stick it was later shortened to badminton in 1867 by George.
There is no scientific name for badminton. Badminton is a sport, not a living creature.
The Shuttlecock or Shuttle is the old name or original name for the "ball" in badminton. It is also commonly referred to as "the bird" or "birdie".
a 19th century Scotsman named George McCaber. Who came up with the name while playing chess with his friend his original name was Badminton caravan witch means game with stick it was later shortened to badminton in 1867 by George.
the origanal name for badminton is Poona the name came from India
the first name of badminton is POONA
That is the Badminton World Federation, founded in 1934 as the International Badminton Federation. The name was changed to Badminton World Federation in 2006.
The official name for badminton is shuttlecock which started as an ancient game.
badmintin was named badmintin because that's the name of the city badminton was invented in
name the awards associated with badminton
In Hindi also it's called Badminton.
Badminton is played with a birdie, or formally a shuttlecock.
how did shuttlecock get its name
The real name for a badminton birdie is the Shuttlecock.
another word for badminton birdie is called a "shuttlecock"
The noun badminton is a common noun. Badminton is only a proper noun when it is used for the name of something specific, such as Dallas Badminton Club or Dave Freeman Open Badminton Classic.
the person who invented badminton was a british indian officer, i dont know the specif name
The other name for Badmitton is Birdy
It is called a "shuttlecock"