English citations of Uno
English Noun: "a card game" Edit
1986 August, Jim Coleman, “Bruce Lee’s Not So Tough”, Black Belt, Active Interest Media, ISSN 0277-30, volume 24, number 8, page 6
To top it off, Grandmaster (similar in ways to the Uno card game) includes an “assassin” card which, naturally, pictures a ninja on it.
1999, J.A. Jance, , HarperCollins, Name Withheld →ISBN, page 1
With Seattle's New York's fireworks display due to begin soon, the Peters girls—nine-year-old Heather and ten-year-old Tracy—and I shut down our Uno game at twenty minutes before midnight.
2003 July, P. Frank Williams, “David Banner: Rebel Music”, Vibe, Vibe Media Group, ISSN 1070-4701, volume 11, number 7, page 86
One moment the charming mama’s boy is playing Uno with a pack of giggly girls, the next he’s a boastful pimp who jumps headfirst into the crowd.
a. 2006, Chad Kimberly, “1. Face-Up Uno”, in Best of Try This One: The Most Popular Ideas from the #1 Youth Ministry Resource, Group Publishing (2006), →ISBN, page 41:
Give each group a set of Uno cards, and have them play the game—but with all the cards in their hands facing up.
2006, Rob Simons, Things Kept Burning, Lulu.com (publisher), →ISBN, page 15:
During card games we would talk about betting on Ball State or suggest that instead of poker we should play Uno.
2007 Regina Bernhaupt, Astrid Weiss, Marianna Obrist and Manfred Tscheligi, “Playful Probing: Making Probing More Fun”,
Human-computer interaction—INTERACT 2007, volume 1, page 610 To be able to profit from the moment of playfulness we combined the card-game UNO with some additional question cards following the standard rules of the game. We chose this well-known card game as basis [, because it is easy to play for children, but also addresses adults. ] sic
2007 October, Ted Spiker, “He Says/She Says”, Women's Health, Rodale, ISSN 0884-7355, volume 4, number 8, page 63
End it now because your potential in-laws eat beef jerky for breakfast or play Uno in the nude. 2010, Holly Swyers, Wrigley Regulars, Finding Community in the Bleachers, University of Illinois Press, →ISBN, page 21:
centerfield regulars, Judy and Colleen [… ] used to play Uno on the bench between them while they watched the game and kept score.