Origin of balon
- the lightness and grace of movement that make a dancer appear buoyant.
Origin of ballon
1820–30; < French: literally, balloon
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Examples from the Web for balon
They ended up going with MSM (a dietary supplement for your joints), which Balon crushed and bagged.
“To this day, the visual of this still makes me laugh,” said Balon.
Word Origin and History for balon
"smoothness in dancing, lightness of step," 1830, from French ballon, literally "balloon" (see balloon (n.)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper