Ballow meaning

(nautical) Deep water inside a shoal or bar.
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(obsolete) A cudgel.
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(obsolete) Round; pot-bellied.
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Origin of ballow

  • From Middle English balowe, balwe, balgh, from Old English bælg, bæliġ (“bag, purse, leathern bottle, pair of bellows, pod, husk”), from Proto-Germanic *balgiz (“bag”), from Proto-Indo-European *bholǵʰ- (“leathern bag, pillow, mattress, paunch”). More at belly.

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  • Origin unknown.

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  • Origin obscure.

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