Historical Examples

From them are descended the ballocks of Lorraine, which never dwell in codpieces, but fall down to the bottom of the breeches.
Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete. Francois Rabelais

But, if the ballocks be marred, the whole race of human kind would forthwith perish, and be lost for ever.
Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete. Francois Rabelais

plural noun, interjection, verb
a variant spelling of bollocks

“testicles,” from Old English beallucas, plural diminutive of balle (see ball (n.1)).


Rubbish; nonsense (mid-1800s+)


The testicles


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