GNU Webster's 1913
- n. one of the two male reproductive glands; a testis; -- usually spelled
ballock, and usually used in the plural.
- n. a pulley-block at the head of a topmast.
- n. one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens
- n. a pulley-block at the head of a topmast
- From Old English beallucas "testicles", from a Proto-Germanic root *ball-, from Proto-Indo-European *bhel- "to inflate, swell" (Wiktionary)
“joe, your thefreedictionary definition is, put simply, incorrect. the word bollock, regardless of how it is spelt, refers to themale genetalia, specifically the testes.”
“So, suddenly, for all the people I've ever chatted, there's my real name bollock naked.”
“The word is thought possibly to have its origins in sailing, where a bollock is a pulley-block at the head of a topmast.”
“Ali CatterallFrank William H Macy is at the benefits office having his health checked when they find an extra bollock.”
“Here we get Jesus with mouse ears and a squashed bollock of a face, monsters in fishnets, and several portraits giving our queen the Condo treatment.”
“To the rest of the week's releases, Mount Wittenberg Orca is like what Chanel No 5 is to bollock sweat.”
“I mean this both in terms of quality (Chanel No 5 smells nicer) and pretension (nobody has ever accused bollock sweat of putting on airs and graces).”
““In fact, the police should punch anyone they see that is not bollock-naked with their hands up, lest they have a concealed weapon and are about to attack.””
“In fact, the police should punch anyone they see that is not bollock-naked with their hands up, lest they have a concealed weapon and are about to attack.”
“I can vouch for the fact that managers take delight in doing nothing other than following their underlings around to bollock them for not complying with whatever made-up procedure springs to mind.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘bollock’.
Inspired by fbharjo (see spitchcock).
This is a collection of words I love, old ones that I love the sound of when I repeat them for years and new ones coined in news articles on up and coming trends and technologies - most of them I k...
Looking for tweets for bollock.