Wt/sco/bandy

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EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • enPR: băn'di, IPA(No language code specified.): /ˈbændi/, X-SAMPA: /"b{ndi/
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Etymology 1Edit

From Middle French from Script error: The function "template_l_term" does not exist..

VerbEdit

bandy (third-person singular semple praisent bandies, praisent pairteeciple bandying, simple past and past participle bandied)

  1. To give and receive reciprocally; to exchange.
    to bandy words (with somebody)
  2. To use or pass about casually.
    to have one’s name bandied about (or around)
TranslationsEdit
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Etymology 2Edit

From Scots Script error: The function "template_l_term" does not exist.

AdjectiveEdit

  1. Bowlegged, or bending outward at the knees; as in bandy legged.
    • 1794, William Blake, The Little Vagabond, third stanza
      Then the Parson might preach, and drink, and sing, / And we’d be as happy as birds in the spring; / And modest Dame Lurch, who is always at church, / Would not have bandy children, nor fasting, nor birch.
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Etymology 3Edit

Possibly from the Welsh word Script error: The function "template_l_term" does not exist. most likely derived from the Template:Wt/sco/Proto.

NounEdit

Template:Wt/sco/Wikipedia

  1. Template:Wt/sco/Sports A winter sport played on ice, from which ice hockey has developed.
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ScotsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

  1. Bowlegged, or bending outward at the knees; as in bandy legged.

NounEdit

bandy (plural bandies)

  1. A minnow; a stickleback.

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