[goh-luh m, -lem] /ˈgoʊ ləm, -lɛm/
Jewish Folklore. a figure artificially constructed in the form of a human being and endowed with life.
a stupid and clumsy person; blockhead.
(in Jewish legend) an artificially created human being brought to life by supernatural means
“artificial man, automaton,” 1897, from Hebrew golem [Psalm cxxxix:16] “shapeless mass, embryo,” from galam “he wrapped up, folded.”
[golf, gawlf; British also gof] /gɒlf, gɔlf; British also gɒf/ noun 1. a game in which clubs with wooden or metal heads are used to hit a small, white ball into a number of holes, usually 9 or 18, in succession, situated at various distances over a course having natural or artificial obstacles, the object […]
noun 1. a bag, usually made of canvas, for carrying golf clubs and golf balls.
noun 1. a small, white ball with a tough cover and a resilient core of rubber, used in playing golf. 2. a ball-shaped printing element on certain electric typewriters. noun 1. a small resilient, usually white, ball of either two-piece or three-piece construction, the former consisting of a solid inner core with a thick covering […]
- Golf ball printer