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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) IPA(key): /bɔːl/ * (US) IPA(key): /bɔl/ * (_cot_–_caught_ merger) IPA(key): /bɑl/ * Rhymes: -ɔːl * Homophone: bawl

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From Middle English _bal_, _ball_, _balle_, from Old English _*beall_, _*bealla_ (“round object, ball”) or Old Norse _bǫllr_ (“a ball”) (whence the Icelandic _böllur_ (“scrotum; penis; a ball”)), both from Proto-Germanic _*balluz_, _*ballô_ (“ball”), from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰoln-_ (“bubble”), from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰel-_ (“to blow, inflate, swell”). Cognate with Old Saxon _ball_, Dutch _bal_, Old High German _bal_, _ballo_ (German _Ball_ (“ball”); _Ballen_ (“bale”)). Related forms in Romance are borrowings from Germanic. See also balloon, bale. NOUN BALL (_plural_ BALLS) * A solid or hollow sphere, or part thereof. _a BALL of spittle;   a fecal BALL_ * A quantity of string, thread, etc., wound into a spherical shape. _a BALL of wool;   a BALL of twine_ * (ballistics) A solid, spherical nonexplosive missile for a cannon, etc. * A jacketed non-expanding bullet, typically of military origin. * A roundish protuberant portion of some part of the body. _the BALL of the thumb;   the BALL of the foot_ * (anatomy) The front of the bottom of the foot, just behind the toes. * The globe; the earthly sphere. * Joseph Addison (1672-1719) Move round the dark terrestrial BALL. * 1717, Alexander Pope, "Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady" Thus, if eternal Justice rules the BALL, / Thus shall your wives, and thus your children fall; * (mathematics) The set of points in a metric space lying within a given distance (the radius) of a given point; specifically, the homologue of the disk in a Euclidean space of any number of dimensions. * (mathematics, more generally) The set of points in a topological space lying within some open set containing a given point; the analogue of the disk in a Euclidean space. * An object, generally spherical, used for playing games. * (sports) The use of a round or ellipsoidal object. * Any simple game involving a ball. _The children were playing BALL on the beach._ _The children were playing BALL in the garden._ * (baseball) A pitch that falls outside of the strike zone. * (pinball) An opportunity to launch the pinball into play. _If you get to a million points, you get another BALL._ * (cricket) A single delivery by the bowler, six of which make up an over. * (soccer) A pass; a kick of the football towards a teammate. * (mildly vulgar, slang, chiefly in the plural) A testicle. * Nonsense. _That’s a load of BALLS, and you know it!_ — Synonyms — See Wikisaurus:nonsense * Courage. _I doubt he’s got the BALLS to tell him off._ * (printing, historical) A leather-covered cushion, fastened to a handle called a ballstock; formerly used by printers for inking the form, then superseded by the roller. * (farriery, historical) A large pill, a form in which medicine was given to horses; a bolus. (Can we find and add a quotation of White to this entry?) SYNONYMS * sphere * globe * (testicle): _See_ Wikisaurus:testicle * (courage): chutzpah, guts, nerve DERIVED TERMS (solid or hollow sphere): (testicle): TRANSLATIONS VERB BALL (_third-person singular simple present_ BALLS, _present participle_ BALLING, _simple past and past participle_ BALLED) * (transitive) To form or wind into a ball. _to BALL cotton_ * (metalworking) To heat in a furnace and form into balls for rolling. * (transitive, vulgar) To have sexual intercourse with. * (transitive, intransitive) To gather balls which cling to the feet, as of damp snow or clay; to gather into balls. _The horse BALLS; the snow BALLS._ * (slang, usually in present participle) To be hip or cool. SYNONYMS * (vulgar) bonk, fuck, lay, screw, shag (British) Translation

From Middle English bal, ball, balle, from Old English *beall, *bealla (round object, ball) or Old Norse bǫllr (a ball) (whence the Icelandic böllur (scrotum; penis; a ball)), both from Proto-Germanic *balluz, *ballô (ball), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰoln- (bubble), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰel- (to blow, inflate, swell). Cognate with Old Saxon ball, Dutch bal, Old High German bal, ballo (German Ball (ball); Ballen (bale)). Related forms in Romance are borrowings from Germanic. See also balloon, bale.

Noun

ball (plural balls)

  1. A solid or hollow sphere, or part thereof.
    a ball of spittle;   a fecal ball
    1. A quantity of string, thread, etc., wound into a spherical shape.
      a ball of wool;   a ball of twine
    2. (ballistics) A solid, spherical nonexplosive missile for a cannon, etc.
      1. A jacketed non-expanding bullet, typically of military origin.
    3. A roundish protuberant portion of some part of the body.
      the ball of the thumb;   the ball of the foot
    4. (anatomy) The front of the bottom of the foot, just behind the toes.
    5. The globe; the earthly sphere.
    6. (mathematics) The set of points in a metric space lying within a given distance (the radius) of a given point; specifically, the homologue of the disk in a Euclidean space of any number of dimensions.
    7. (mathematics, more generally) The set of points in a topological space lying within some open set containing a given point; the analogue of the disk in a Euclidean space.
    8. An object, generally spherical, used for playing games.
  2. (sports) The use of a round or ellipsoidal object.
    1. Any simple game involving a ball.
      The children were playing ball on the beach.
      The children were playing ball in the garden.
    2. (baseball) A pitch that falls outside of the strike zone.
    3. (pinball) An opportunity to launch the pinball into play.
      If you get to a million points, you get another ball.
    4. (cricket) A single delivery by the bowler, six of which make up an over.
    5. (soccer) A pass; a kick of the football towards a teammate.
  3. (mildly vulgar, slang, chiefly in the plural) A testicle.
    1. Nonsense.
      That’s a load of balls, and you know it!SynonymsSee Wikisaurus:nonsense
    2. Courage.
      I doubt he’s got the balls to tell him off.
  4. (printing, historical) A leather-covered cushion, fastened to a handle called a ballstock; formerly used by printers for inking the form, then superseded by the roller.
  5. (farriery, historical) A large pill, a form in which medicine was given to horses; a bolus.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of White to this entry?)
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(solid or hollow sphere):

(testicle):

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Verb

ball (third-person singular simple present balls, present participle balling, simple past and past participle balled)

  1. (transitive) To form or wind into a ball.
    to ball cotton
  2. (metalworking) To heat in a furnace and form into balls for rolling.
  3. (transitive, vulgar) To have sexual intercourse with.
  4. (transitive, intransitive) To gather balls which cling to the feet, as of damp snow or clay; to gather into balls.
    The horse balls; the snow balls.
  5. (slang, usually in present participle) To be hip or cool.
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English - Etymology 2

Borrowing from French _bal_, from Late Latin _ballare_. NOUN BALL (_plural_ BALLS) * A formal dance. * (informal) A very enjoyable time. _I had a BALL at that concert._ SYNONYMS * (very enjoyable time): blast, whale of a time DERIVED TERMS RELATED TERMS * ballad * ballade TRANSLATIONS

Borrowing from French bal, from Late Latin ballare.

Noun

ball (plural balls)

  1. A formal dance.
  2. (informal) A very enjoyable time.
    I had a ball at that concert.
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Catalan - Pronunciation

* Rhymes: -aʎ

  • Rhymes: -aʎ

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Catalan - Noun

BALL m (_plural_ BALLS) * dance * ball, formal dance SYNONYMS * dansa RELATED TERMS * ballar

ball m (plural balls)

  1. dance
  2. ball, formal dance

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Crimean Tatar - Etymology

Borrowing from French _balle_ (“ball”).

Borrowing from French balle (ball).

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Crimean Tatar - Noun

BALL * estimation, score DECLENSION REFERENCES * V. A. Mirjejev, S. M. Usejinov (2002), _Ukrajinsʹko-krymsʹkotatarsʹkyj slovnyk [Ukrainian–Crimean Tatar Dictionary]_, Simferopol: Dolya, ISBN 966-7980-89-8

ball

  1. estimation, score

Declension

References

  • V. A. Mirjejev, S. M. Usejinov (2002), Ukrajinsʹko-krymsʹkotatarsʹkyj slovnyk [Ukrainian–Crimean Tatar Dictionary], Simferopol: Dolya, ISBN 966-7980-89-8

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Icelandic - Noun

BALL n (_genitive singular_ BALLS, _nominative plural_ BÖLL) * dance

ball n (genitive singular balls, nominative plural böll)

  1. dance

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Irish - Etymology

From Old Irish _ball_, from Proto-Celtic _*ballo-_, from Proto-Indo-European _*bhel-_, _*swell_; compare English _ball_, Greek _φαλλός_ (phallós, “penis”).

From Old Irish ball, from Proto-Celtic *ballo-, from Proto-Indo-European *bhel-, *swell; compare English ball, Greek φαλλός (phallós, penis).

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Irish - Pronunciation

* (Munster) IPA(key): [bˠaul̪ˠ] * (Connacht) IPA(key): [bˠɑːl̪ˠ] (Galway); IPA(key): [bˠal̪ˠ] (Mayo) * (Ulster) IPA(key): [bˠal̪ˠ]

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Irish - Noun

BALL m (_genitive_ BAILL, _plural_ BAILL) * limb * member DECLENSION DERIVED TERMS * ball trasna (“cross-member”) * an ball is mó ar deireadh (“last but not least”)

ball m (genitive baill, plural baill)

  1. limb
  2. member

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Norwegian Bokmål - Etymology 1

From Old Norse _bǫllr_. NOUN BALL m (_definite singular_ BALLEN, _indefinite plural_ BALLER, _definite plural_ BALLENE) * ball (solid or hollow sphere) * ball (object, usually spherical, used for playing games) DERIVED TERMS * balltre * fotball * snøball Wikipedia no

From Old Norse bǫllr.

Noun

ball m (definite singular ballen, indefinite plural baller, definite plural ballene)

  1. ball (solid or hollow sphere)
  2. ball (object, usually spherical, used for playing games)
Derived terms

Wikipedia no

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Norwegian Bokmål - Etymology 2

Borrowing from French _bal_. NOUN BALL n (_definite singular_ BALLET, _indefinite plural_ BALL _or_ BALLER, _definite plural_ BALLA _or_ BALLENE) * ball (formal social occasion involving dancing) DERIVED TERMS * ballkjole

Borrowing from French bal.

Noun

ball n (definite singular ballet, indefinite plural ball or baller, definite plural balla or ballene)

  1. ball (formal social occasion involving dancing)
Derived terms

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* “ball” in _The Bokmål Dictionary_ / _The Nynorsk Dictionary_.

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Etymology 1

From Old Norse _bǫllr_. NOUN BALL m (_definite singular_ BALLEN, _indefinite plural_ BALLAR, _definite plural_ BALLANE) * a ball (solid or hollow sphere) * a ball (object, usually spherical, used for playing games) DERIVED TERMS * balltre * fotball * snøball

From Old Norse bǫllr.

Noun

ball m (definite singular ballen, indefinite plural ballar, definite plural ballane)

  1. a ball (solid or hollow sphere)
  2. a ball (object, usually spherical, used for playing games)
Derived terms

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Etymology 2

Borrowing from French _bal_. NOUN BALL n (_definite singular_ BALLET, _indefinite plural_ BALL, _definite plural_ BALLA) * ball (formal social occasion involving dancing) DERIVED TERMS * ballkjole

Borrowing from French bal.

Noun

ball n (definite singular ballet, indefinite plural ball, definite plural balla)

  1. ball (formal social occasion involving dancing)
Derived terms

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* “ball” in _The Bokmål Dictionary_ / _The Nynorsk Dictionary_.

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Scottish Gaelic - Etymology

From Old Irish _ball_ (compare Irish _ball_), from Proto-Celtic _*ballo-_, from Proto-Indo-European _*bhel-_, _*swell_ (compare English _ball_, Ancient Greek _φαλλός_ (phallós, “penis”)).

From Old Irish ball (compare Irish ball), from Proto-Celtic *ballo-, from Proto-Indo-European *bhel-, *swell (compare English ball, Ancient Greek φαλλός (phallós, penis)).

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Scottish Gaelic - Noun

BALL m (_genitive and plural_ BUILL) * ball * member (of a group) * article, item * (anatomy) organ; limb DERIVED TERMS * Ball Pàrlamaid, BP (“Member of Parliament, MP”) * ballrachd (“membership”) * BPA

ball m (genitive and plural buill)

  1. ball
  2. member (of a group)
  3. article, item
  4. (anatomy) organ; limb

Derived terms

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Swedish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): ˈbal

  • IPA(key): ˈbal

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Swedish - Adjective

BALL * (slang) cool, hip, fun, entertaining _Det är BALLT att åka skateboard._ It’s cool to ride a skateboard. DECLENSION

ball

  1. (slang) cool, hip, fun, entertaining
    Det är ballt att åka skateboard.
    It’s cool to ride a skateboard.

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