From the UK, but not in English -- possibly not in any known tongue ! A short rhythmic chant, not actually rhyming, which has come down in our family over at least the past hundred years -- recited by parents to kids, through the generations. It goes (approximately) as follows:
Dummocka, dummocka, oakan-doran,
Allowee-hand, and off-tand, and sheeran;
Ay, nay, nay, nay, nay !
Some in the family, have the notion that this jingle may possibly come from Swedish. Also; during World War I, my mother's parents became friends with a Belgian refugee family -- conceivably, the "thing" could have come from them -- it might with a bit of exercise of the imagination, be suspected to be some sort of mutation of Flemish? If by any remote chance anyone here is acquainted with the above "stuff", and knows its origin -- I'd be fascinated to hear !