[ bol-uh ks ]
/ ˈbɒl əks /
plural noun Vulgar.
Origin of ballocks
before 1000; Middle English ballokes (plural), Old English beallucas, with unclear suffix. See ball1
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Examples from the Web for ballocks
But, if the ballocks be marred, the whole race of human kind would forthwith perish, and be lost for ever.
From them are descended the ballocks of Lorraine, which never dwell in codpieces, but fall down to the bottom of the breeches.
British Dictionary definitions for ballocks
/ (ˈbɒləks, ˈbæl-) /
pl n, interjection, verb
a variant spelling of bollocks
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