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See also Ball, bal, bál, bål, and baḻ

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From Middle English bal, ball, balle from Old English *beall(u), *bealla "ball, round object" or Old Norse bøllr "ball", both from Proto-Germanic *balluz, *ballēn (ball) from Proto-Indo-European *bholn- (bubble) from PIE base *bhel- (to blow, inflate, swell). Akin to Old Saxon ball "ball" (Dutch bal "ball"), Old High German bal, ballo "ball" (German Ball "ball"; Ballen "bale"). Related forms in Romance were borrowed from Patrono:Gem[[Category:Patrono:Gem derivations|Ball]]. See also balloon, bale.

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A basketball

Singular
Ball

Plural
Balls

Ball (plural Balls)
  1. A solid or hollow sphere.
  2. An object, generally spherical, used for playing games.
  3. A quantity of string, thread, etc., wound into a spherical shape.
    'ball' of wool
  4. (baseball) A pitch that falls outside of the strike zone.
  5. (pinball) An opportunity to launch the ball into play.
  6. (ballistics) A solid, spherical nonexplosive missile for a cannon, etc.
  7. (ballistics) A jacketed non-expanding bullet, typically of military origin.
  8. (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.
  9. (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.
  10. (mildly, vulgar, slang, usually in plural) A testicle.
  11. (mildly, vulgar, slang, in plural) Nonsense.
    That’s a load of balls, and you know it! — Synonyms — See WikiSaurus:Nonsense
  12. (slang, in plural) Courage.
    I doubt he’s got the balls to tell him off.
  13. Patrono:Cricket A single delivery by the bowler, six of which make up an over.
  14. (anatomy) The ball of a foot
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Infinitive
to Ball

Third person singular
Balls

Simple past
Balled

Past participle
Balled

Present participle
Balling

to Ball (third-person singular simple present Balls, present participle Balling, simple past and past participle Balled)
  1. (transitive, vulgar) To have sexual intercourse with.
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ball

  1. Patrono:Aussie-rules An appeal by the crowd for holding the ball against a tackled player. This is heard almost any time an opposition player is tackled, without regard to whether the rules about "prior opportunity" to dispose of the ball are fulfilled.
    2007: A good tackle (and some bad ones) will bring a cry of "Ball!" from the crowd – a plea for a holding the ball free kick. — AFL Sydney Swans Rules Zone [1]

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From French < Late Latin ballare.

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Singular
Ball

Plural
Balls

Ball (plural Balls)
  1. A formal dance.
  2. (informal) A very enjoyable time.
    I had a ball at that concert
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French balle - "ball".

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ball

  1. estimation, score

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  • Useinov & Mireev Dictionary, Simferopol, Dolya, 2002 [2]

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ball n. (ball-s, böll)

  1. dance

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From Patrono:Sga[[Category:ga:Patrono:Sga derivations|Ball]] [[ball#Patrono:Sga|ball]] < Proto-Celtic *ballo- < Proto-Indo-European *bhel-, *swell; cf. English ball, Greek φαλλός (phallós), penis).

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

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Ball m.

  1. limb
  2. member

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First declension

Bare forms:

Case Singular Plural
Nominative ball baill
Vocative a bhaill a bhalla
Genitive baill ball
Dative ball baill

Forms with the definite article:

Case Singular Plural
Nominative an ball na baill
Genitive an bhaill na mball
Dative leis an [[Patrono:Ga eclipsis anall]]

don bhall

leis na baill


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Patrono:Gd-noun

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

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Patrono:Sv-adj-reg ball ˈbal

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

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ball (more commonly balle) ˈbal

  1. (vulgar) The penis or testicles; schlong; balls .af:ball

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