|First Description: Harold|
|Sowing: Multiple laps|
|Region: Eritrea, Ethiopia|
Lamè Uwèlèdèt is played by the Tigrinya people who live in the northern highlands of Ethiopia's Tigray province and the southern, central and northern parts of Eritrea. The game is a minor variant of Sulus Aidi.
The game is played according to the same rules as Sulus Aidi except for a different "opening gambit":
A game is initiated by picking up a seed from the first, third, fifth, seventh and ninth hole of the player's side, after that these seeds are distributed as usual starting in the next hole.
- Courlander, H.
- The Ethiopian Game of Gobeta. In: The Negro History Bulletin 1943; 7 (10): 21-23.