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From Middle English bal, ball, balle, from Old English beall, bealla round object, ball or Old Norse bllr a ball, both from Proto-Germanic balluz, ballô ball, from Proto-Indo-European boln bubble, from Proto-Indo-European bel to blow, inflate, swell. Cognate with Old Saxon ball, Dutch bal, Old High German bal, ballo German Ball ball; Ballen bale.
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If ball was native in Germanic, it may have been a cognate with the Latin foll-is in sense of a thing" blown up or inflated" In the later Middle English spelling balle the word coincided graphically with the French balle ball" and bale" which has hence been erroneously assumed to be its source.

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