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Page 6 of 77 for the letter B

Ballycastle, Bellycastle, Ballykessel, Bellykessel, Bellycaissle,
Ballycastle [bɑ:lɪ'kasl, balɪ'kasl]
pn. Ballycastle. (County Antrim)
Ballymena, Bellamaina, Bellamena,
Ballymena [bɑ:lɪ'minə, balɪ'minə]
pn. Ballymena. (County Antrim)

Also known as Seiven Tours
Ballymoney, Bellymoney,
Ballymoney [bɑ:lɪ'mʌnɪ, balɪ'mʌnɪ]
pn. Ballymoney. (County Antrim)
baloo, balou, baloue, bululalow, balow, balu, balillilow, balloo,
baloo ['balu:, ba'lo:, ba'lɪlɪ'lo:]
n. A lullaby.
v. To sing a lullaby.
balwaver, belwaver, bellwaver, bulwaaver,
balwaver ['bə'lwe:vər, 'bə'lwa:vər, 'bɛl'we:vər, 'bɛl'wa:vər]
v. To straggle, stroll, move here and there without a definite objective.
bamp, bamm, bam,
bamp [I.Sh. bam(p)]
v. To nag on about the same topic constantly.
bampot, bam, bamstick, bammer,
bampot ['bampot]
n. An idiot, fool or nutcase.

also bamstick ['bamstɪk], bammer
ban, bann,
ban [ban]
n. A curse.
v. To vow, to promise with oath(s). To swear or curse. To scold.
ban, bannit, bannt, bandit, bann't, ban't, bannt,
ban [ban]
v. Ban, forbid.
pt. pp. bannit, bann't
bananae, bananie, bananny,
bananae ['bənanə, 'bənani, 'bənane]
n. Banana.

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