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It is one of a large group of similar rhymes in which the child who is pointed to by the chanter on the last syllable is either "chosen" or "counted out". The rhyme has existed in various forms since well before  and is common in many languages with similar-sounding nonsense syllables. A common modern version is: . The scholars Iona and Peter Opie noted that many variants have been recorded, some with additional words such as " The first record of a similar rhyme, called the "Hana, man," is from about , when children in New York City are said to have repeated the rhyme:. Henry Carrington Bolton discovered this version to be in the US, Ireland and Scotland in the s but was unknown in England until later in the century. More recognizable as a variation, which even includes the 'toe' and 'olla' from Kipling's version, is:. This was one of many variants of "counting out rhymes" collected by Bolton in One theory about the origins of the rhyme is that it is descended from Old English or Welsh counting, similar to the old Shepherd's count " Yan Tan Tethera " or the Cornish "Eena, mena, mona, mite". Another possibility is that British colonials returning from India introduced a doggerel version of an Indian children's rhyme used in the game of carom billiards :.