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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.
Ball Definition of Ball by Merriam-Webster.
1: competent, knowledgeable, alert the other introductory essay is much more on the ball The Times Literary Supplement London keep on the ball. 2: of ability or competence if the teacher has something on the ball, the pupils won't' squirm much New Yorker.
Ball - Wikipedia.
As balls are one of the most familiar spherical objects to humans, the word ball" may refer to or describe spherical or near-spherical objects. Ball" is used metaphorically sometimes to denote something spherical or spheroid, e.g, armadillos and human beings curl up into a ball, we make a ball with our fist.

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