"Bollocks" /ˈbɒləks/ is a word of Middle English origin, meaning "testicles". The
word is often .... In Ireland, "bollocks", "ballocks" or "...
Irish/UK/possibly also Australian slang term meaning: 1)testicles 2)bullshit 3)
slightly affectionate term of abuse alternate spellings:Bollix, Boll...
Jan 29, 2007 ... Spelled sometimes bollix or bollox, the word is known primarily as British slang ...
In Ireland it's used primarily as an insult, meaning a person is ...
May 26, 2014 ... That definition is itself a load of bollocks. I suspect the term is even more flexible
when used by the Irish, in Hiberno-English, in the kind of ...
a dictionary of typically irish words and phrases. ... Ask me arse/bollocks; go and
shite; eff off and don't be annoying me (phr): general ways of telling someone to ...
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This is not meant to be a dictionary of Irish or Irish slang. ... bollocks - 1. testicles 2
. term used to describe despicable / unsavory individual, invariably male.
tr.v. bol·lixed, bol·lix·ing, bol·lix·es also bol·loxed or bol·lox·ing or bol·lox·es
Informal. To throw into confusion; botch or bungle: managed to bollix up the
(Ireland, vulgar) An idiot, an ignorant or disagreeable person. Don't mind ... (
transitive, Britain, taboo, slang) (also bollocks up) To fail (a task); to make a mess
“Bollocks” (not to be confused with the word “bollix,” meaning “to make a mess of”
) ... And over in Ireland it's also slang for someone who's a bit of a windbag or a ...