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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: bōn, IPA(key): /boʊn/ * (Australia) IPA(key): [bəʉn] * (New Zealand) IPA(key): [bɐʉn] * (UK) IPA(key): [bəʊn] * (US) IPA(key): [boʊn] * Rhymes: -əʊn

Dont le dans la catégorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _bon_, from Old English _bān_ (“bone, tusk; the bone of a limb”), from Proto-Germanic _*bainą_ (“bone”), from Proto-Germanic _*bainaz_ (“straight”), from Proto-Indo-European _*bhey-_ (“to hit, strike, beat”). Cognate with Scots _bane_, _been_, _bean_, _bein_, _bain_ (“bone”), North Frisian _bien_ (“bone”), West Frisian _bien_ (“bone”), Dutch _been_ (“bone; leg”), German Low German _Been_, _Bein_ (“bone”), German _Bein_ (“leg”), German _Gebein_ (“bones”), Swedish _ben_ (“bone; leg”), Icelandic _bein_ (“bone”), Breton _benañ_ (“to cut, hew”), Latin _perfinēs_ (“break through, break into pieces, shatter”), Avestan _byente_ (“they fight, hit”). Related also to Old Norse _beinn_ (“straight, right, favourable, advantageous, convenient, friendly, fair, keen”) (from whence Middle English _bain_, _bayne_, _bayn_, _beyn_ (“direct, prompt”), Scots _bein_, _bien_ (“in good condition, pleasant, well-to-do, cosy, well-stocked, pleasant, keen”)), Icelandic _beinn_ (“straight, direct, hospitable”), Norwegian _bein_ (“straight, direct, easy to deal with”). See bain, bein. ALTERNATIVE FORMS * bane, byen (dialectal) NOUN BONE (_countable and uncountable_, _plural_ BONES) * (uncountable) A composite material consisting largely of calcium phosphate and collagen and making up the skeleton of most vertebrates. * (countable) Any of the components of an endoskeleton, made of bone. * A bone of a fish; a fishbone. * One of the rigid parts of a corset that forms its frame, the boning, originally made of whalebone. * Anything made of bone, such as a bobbin for weaving bone lace. * (figuratively) The framework of anything. * An off-white colour, like the colour of bone. * (US, informal) A dollar. * (slang) An erect penis; a boner. * (slang) Dominoes or dice. * (slang) shortened form of _trombone_. SYNONYMS * (rigid parts of a corset): rib, stay TRANSLATIONS ADJECTIVE BONE (_not comparable_) * Of an off-white colour, like the colour of bone. VERB BONE (_third-person singular simple present_ BONES, _present participle_ BONING, _simple past and past participle_ BONED) * To prepare (meat, etc) by removing the bone or bones from. * 1949, Kenneth Lewis Roberts, _I Wanted to Write_, page 44, One of the fish stalls specialized in BONING shad, and he who has never eaten a BONED shad baked twenty minutes on a hot oak plank has been deprived of the most delicious morsel that the ocean yields. * 1977, Prosper Montagné, Charlotte Snyder Turgeon, _The New Larousse Gastronomique_, page 73, The ballottine is made of a piece of meat, fowl, game or fish which is BONED, stuffed, and rolled into the shape of a bundle. The term ballottine should strictly apply only to meat, BONED and rolled, but not stuffed. * 2009, Maguelonne Toussaint-Samat, _A History of Food_, page 379, Then it is BONED; keeping the bone in during cooking improves the flavour and enriches the meat with calcium. * 2011, Aliza Green, Steve Legato, _The Fishmonger's Apprentice_, page 38, Other fish suited to BONING through the back include small bluefish, Arctic char, steelhead salmon, salmon, small wild striped bass, hybrid striped bass, Whitefish, drum, trout, and sea trout. * To fertilize with bone. * 1859 July 9, _The Economist_, page 758, He cites an instance of land heavily BONED 70 years ago as “still markedly luxuriant beyond any other grass land in the same district.” * To put whalebone into. _to BONE stays_ (Can we find and add a quotation of Ash to this entry?) * (civil engineering) To make level, using a particular procedure; to survey a level line. _boning rod_ * (vulgar, slang, of a man) To have sexual intercourse with. _So, did you BONE her?_ * (Australia, dated, in Aboriginal culture) To perform "bone pointing", a

From Middle English bon, from Old English bān (bone, tusk; the bone of a limb), from Proto-Germanic *bainą (bone), from Proto-Germanic *bainaz (straight), from Proto-Indo-European *bhey- (to hit, strike, beat). Cognate with Scots bane, been, bean, bein, bain (bone), North Frisian bien (bone), West Frisian bien (bone), Dutch been (bone; leg), German Low German Been, Bein (bone), German Bein (leg), German Gebein (bones), Swedish ben (bone; leg), Icelandic bein (bone), Breton benañ (to cut, hew), Latin perfinēs (break through, break into pieces, shatter), Avestan byente (they fight, hit). Related also to Old Norse beinn (straight, right, favourable, advantageous, convenient, friendly, fair, keen) (from whence Middle English bain, bayne, bayn, beyn (direct, prompt), Scots bein, bien (in good condition, pleasant, well-to-do, cosy, well-stocked, pleasant, keen)), Icelandic beinn (straight, direct, hospitable), Norwegian bein (straight, direct, easy to deal with). See bain, bein.

Alternative forms

Noun

bone (countable and uncountable, plural bones)

  1. (uncountable) A composite material consisting largely of calcium phosphate and collagen and making up the skeleton of most vertebrates.
  2. (countable) Any of the components of an endoskeleton, made of bone.
  3. A bone of a fish; a fishbone.
  4. One of the rigid parts of a corset that forms its frame, the boning, originally made of whalebone.
  5. Anything made of bone, such as a bobbin for weaving bone lace.
  6. (figuratively) The framework of anything.
  7. An off-white colour, like the colour of bone.
  8. (US, informal) A dollar.
  9. (slang) An erect penis; a boner.
  10. (slang) Dominoes or dice.
  11. (slang) shortened form of trombone.
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Adjective

bone (not comparable)

  1. Of an off-white colour, like the colour of bone.

Verb

bone (third-person singular simple present bones, present participle boning, simple past and past participle boned)

  1. To prepare (meat, etc) by removing the bone or bones from.
  2. To fertilize with bone.
  3. To put whalebone into.
    to bone stays
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Ash to this entry?)
  4. (civil engineering) To make level, using a particular procedure; to survey a level line.
    boning rod
  5. (vulgar, slang, of a man) To have sexual intercourse with.
    So, did you bone her?
  6. (Australia, dated, in Aboriginal culture) To perform "bone pointing", a

English - Etymology 2

Origin unknown; probably related in some way to Etymology 1, above. VERB BONE (_third-person singular simple present_ BONES, _present participle_ BONING, _simple past and past participle_ BONED) * (transitive, slang) To apprehend, steal. * 1839, Charles Dickens, _Nicholas Nickleby_, in _Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art_, Volume XXXVII, page 127, “Did I?” said Squeers, “Well it was rather a startling thing for a stranger to come and recommend himself by saying that he knew all about you, and what your name was, and why you were living so quiet here, and what you had BONED, and who you had BONED it from.” * 1915, William Roscoe Thayer, _The Life and Letters of John Hay_, […] as long as you and I live I take it for granted that you will not suspect me of BONING them. But to guard against casualties hereafter, I have asked Nicolay to write you a line saying that I have never had in my possession or custody any of the papers which you entrusted to him. * 1942, Rebecca West, _Black Lamb and Grey Falcon_, 2006, Canongate, p.802, Therefore she wants to take results that belong to other people: she wants to BONE everybody else's loaf.

Origin unknown; probably related in some way to Etymology 1, above.

Verb

bone (third-person singular simple present bones, present participle boning, simple past and past participle boned)

  1. (transitive, slang) To apprehend, steal.

Dont le dans la catégorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 3
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English - Etymology 3

From French _bornoyer_ to look at with one eye, to sight, from _borgne_ one-eyed. VERB BONE (_third-person singular simple present_ BONES, _present participle_ BONING, _simple past and past participle_ BONED) * (carpentry, masonry, surveying) To sight along an object or set of objects to check whether they are level or in line. (Can we find and add a quotation of Knight to this entry?) * W. M. Buchanan Joiners, etc., BONE their work with two straight edges.

From French bornoyer to look at with one eye, to sight, from borgne one-eyed.

Verb

bone (third-person singular simple present bones, present participle boning, simple past and past participle boned)

  1. (carpentry, masonry, surveying) To sight along an object or set of objects to check whether they are level or in line.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Knight to this entry?)

Dont le dans la catégorieENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* ebon

Dont le dans la catégorieESPERANTO - ETYMOLOGY
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Esperanto - Etymology

_bona_ (“good”) +‎ _-e_

bona (good) +‎ -e

Dont le dans la catégorieESPERANTO - ADVERB
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Esperanto - Adverb

BONE * well, OK

bone

  1. well, OK

Dont le dans la catégorieIDO - ETYMOLOGY
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Ido - Etymology

From Esperanto _bone_ (“well”), _bona_ (“good”) +‎ _-e_.

From Esperanto bone (well), bona (good) +‎ -e.

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Ido - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [ˈbo.ne]

  • IPA(key): [ˈbo.ne]

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Ido - Adverb

BONE * well * 2008, Margrit Kennedy, _Pekunio sen interesti ed inflaciono_, page 50: To pruvas maxim BONE nia bonstando, se ica sumo distributesus nur proxime pro-porcionale. This best proves our good situation, if this sum is only distributed approximately proportionally. RELATED TERMS * bona

bone

  1. well

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Dont le dans la catégorieITALIAN - ADJECTIVE
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Italian - Adjective

BONE * feminine plural of _bono_

bone

  1. feminine plural of bono

Dont le dans la catégorieLATIN - ADJECTIVE
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Latin - Adjective

BONE * vocative masculine singular of _bonus_

bone

  1. vocative masculine singular of bonus

Dont le dans la catégorieMIDDLE ENGLISH - NOUN
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Middle English - Noun

BONE (_plural_ BONES) * bone

bone (plural bones)

  1. bone

Dont le dans la catégorieOLD FRENCH - PRONUNCIATION
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Old French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /bõnə/

  • IPA(key): /bõnə/

Dont le dans la catégorieOLD FRENCH - ADJECTIVE
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Old French - Adjective

BONE * nominative feminine singular of _bon_ * oblique feminine singular of _bon_

bone

  1. nominative feminine singular of bon
  2. oblique feminine singular of bon

Dont le dans la catégorieVENETIAN - ADJECTIVE
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Venetian - Adjective

BONE f * feminine plural of _bon_

bone f

  1. feminine plural of bon


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