ballocks

ballocks "testicles," from O.E. beallucas, plural dim. of balle (see BALL (Cf. ball) (n.1)).

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  • ballocks — /bol euhks/, n.pl. Vulgar. testes. [bef. 1000; ME ballokes (pl.), OE beallucas, with unclear suffix. See BALL1] * * * …   Universalium

  • ballocks — noun The testicles of a man or beast; also a vulgar nickname for a parson …   Wiktionary

  • Ballocks — pl n 1. testicles; 2. rubbish; nonsense; 3. exclamation decrying the verity of another s statement. Also, Bollocks , Bollicks (from Middle English ballokes , Old English beallucas the testicles) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • ballocks — Australian Slang pl n 1. testicles; 2. rubbish; nonsense; 3. exclamation decrying the verity of another s statement. Also, Bollocks , Bollicks (from Middle English ballokes , Old English beallucas the testicles) …   English dialects glossary

  • ballocks — n. testes, testicles; nonsense (Vulgar, British Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ballocks — plural noun variant spelling of bollocks …   English new terms dictionary

  • ballocks (!) — Noun. 1. The testicles. A variation on bollocks . S.E. from 1200s, slang from mid 1800s. Cf. bollocks . 2. Rubbish, nonsense. Exclam. An exclamation of annoyance, disbelief or disagreement …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • ballocks — /ˈbɒləks/ (say boluhks) noun, verb (t), interjection Colloquial → bollocks …   Australian English dictionary

  • ballocks — var. of BOLLOCKS …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bollocks — Bollox redirects here. For the board game, see Bōku (game). Bollocks /ˈbɒləks/ is a word of Anglo Saxon origin, meaning testicles . The word is often used figuratively in British English, as a noun to mean nonsense , an expletive following a… …   Wikipedia


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