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ballocks

[bol-uh ks] /ˈbɒl əks/
plural noun, Vulgar.
1.
Origin of ballocks
1000
before 1000; Middle English ballokes (plural), Old English beallucas, with unclear suffix. See ball1
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British Dictionary definitions for ballocks

ballocks

/ˈbɒləks; ˈbæl-/
plural noun, interjection, verb
1.
a variant spelling of bollocks
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Word Origin and History for ballocks
n.

"testicles," from Old English beallucas, plural diminutive of balle (see ball (n.1)).

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Slang definitions & phrases for ballocks

ballocks

interjection

Rubbish; nonsense (mid-1800s+)

noun

The testicles

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