Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A testicle.
- n. A testicle.
- n. one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens
- From Middle English ballok, balluk, balok, from Old English bealluc ("testicle", literally "little ball"), equivalent to ball + -ock. (Wiktionary)
“For one thing, your legs won't answer yet awhile, and even if they did, you're ballock-naked and it's dam' parky out and we're doin' forty miles an hour.”
“They were armed with sickle-swords and those disgusting ballock-festooned lances, but no muskets or pistols.”
“And this will be an everlasting monument to show that those puny self-conceited pedants, ballock-framers, were rather contemned than condemned by you.”
“Now have I understood thee, quoth Panurge, my plushcod friar, my caballine and claustral ballock.”
“Nay truly, answered Panurge, Friar John, my left ballock, I will believe thee, for thou dealest plain with me, and fallest downright square upon the business, without going about the bush with frivolous circumstances and unnecessary reservations.”
“I must grip thee, my ballock, till thy back crack with it.”
“My harcabuzing cod and buttock-stirring ballock, Friar John, my friend, I do carry a singular respect unto thee, and honour thee with all my heart.”
“But if there came such liquor from my ballock, would you not willingly thereafter suck the udder whence it issued?”
“Even no less astonished than are monks at the ringing of the first peal to matins, which in Lusonnois is called rub-ballock.”
“It was forsooth by the double pluck of my little dog the ballock and good Senor Don Priapos”
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