Ice Hockey. a black disk of vulcanized rubber that is to be hit into the goal.
British Computers. mouse (def 4).
Also called Hobgoblin, Robin Goodfellow. a particularly mischievous sprite in English folklore who appears as a character in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
(lowercase) a malicious or mischievous demon or spirit; a goblin.
a small disc of hard rubber used in ice hockey
a stroke at the ball in hurling
(Irish, slang) a sharp blow
to strike (the ball) in hurling
(Irish, slang) to strike hard; punch
(often capital) a mischievous or evil spirit Also called Robin Goodfellow
adjective 1. pukka. adjective, Indian English. 1. genuine, reliable, or good; proper. adjective 1. a less common spelling of pukka adjective (esp in India) 1. properly or perfectly done, constructed, etc: a pukka road 2. genuine: pukka sahib
[puhk-kar-ee-er] /ˈpʌkˌkær i ər/ noun, Ice Hockey. 1. the player who has the puck and moves it along.
noun, Ice Hockey. 1. an offensive strategy to maintain control of the puck to prevent the other team from having scoring opportunities.
verb (used with or without object) 1. to draw or gather into wrinkles or irregular folds, as material or a part of the face; constrict: Worry puckered his brow. noun 2. a wrinkle; an irregular fold. 3. a puckered part, as of cloth tightly or crookedly sewn. 4. Archaic. a state of agitation or perturbation. […]