bandy


bandy
1. verb /ˈbændi/
a) To give and receive reciprocally; to exchange.

to bandy words (with somebody)

b) To use or pass about casually.

to have one’s name bandied about (or around)

2. adjective /ˈbændi/
Bowlegged, or bending outward at the knees; as in bandy legged.

Then the Parson might preach, and drink, and sing, / And we’d be as happy as birds in the spring; / And modest Dame Lurch, who is always at church, / Would not have bandy children, nor fasting, nor birch.

3. noun /ˈbændi/
A winter sport played on ice, from which ice hockey has developed.

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  • Bandy — is a winter sport, where a ball is hit with a stick. It shares a common ancestry with ice hockey, in that it likely developed from the informal ball and stick on ice games known collectively as shinny. As such, the game is played outdoors on a… …   Wikipedia

  • Bandy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Un partido de bandy. El bandy es un deporte de invierno donde una pelota es golpeada con un palo. El bandy se juega sobre el hielo. Desde mediados del siglo XX el término bandy se prefiere generalmente para evitar la …   Wikipedia Español

  • Bandy — bezeichnet: den Vorläufer des heutigen Eishockey; siehe Bandy (Sport) das Kinderinstrument Triola Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten: Bandy (Kentucky) Bandy (North Carolina) Bandy (Virginia) Bandytown (West Virginia) Bandy ist der Familienname… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bandy — Ⅰ. bandy [1] ► ADJECTIVE (bandier, bandiest) ▪ (of a person s legs) curved outwards so that the knees are wide apart. ORIGIN perhaps from obsolete bandy curved hockey stick . Ⅱ. bandy [2] ► …   English terms dictionary

  • bandy — BÁNDY s.n. Hochei pe gheaţă care se practică cu mingea în loc de puc, pe un teren de fotbal. [pron. bendi. / < engl. bandy]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN  BANDY BÉNDI/ s. n. joc sportiv, asemănător cu hocheiul pe gheaţă, care …   Dicționar Român

  • bandy — (v.) 1570s, to strike back and forth, from M.Fr. bander, from root of BAND (Cf. band) (2). The sense apparently evolved from join together to oppose, to opposition itself, to exchanging blows, then metaphorically, to volleying in tennis. Bandy (n …   Etymology dictionary

  • Bandy — Ban dy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Bandied} (b[a^]n d[ e]d); p. pr. & vb. n. {Bandying}.] 1. To beat to and fro, as a ball in playing at bandy. [1913 Webster] Like tennis balls bandied and struck upon us . . . by rackets from without. Cudworth. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bandy — Ban dy, n.; pl. {Bandies} ( d[i^]z). [Cf. F. band[ e], p. p. of bander to bind, to bend (a bow), to bandy, fr. bande. See {Band}, n.] 1. A club bent at the lower part for striking a ball at play; a hockey stick. Johnson. [1913 Webster] 2. The… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bandy — Ban dy, v. i. To contend, as at some game in which each strives to drive the ball his own way. [1913 Webster] Fit to bandy with thy lawless sons. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Bandy — Ban dy, a. Bent; crooked; curved laterally, esp. with the convex side outward; as, a bandy leg. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bandy — bandy1 [ban′dē] vt. bandied, bandying [Fr bander, to bandy at tennis, lit., connect by binding: see BAND1, vt.] 1. to toss or hit back and forth, as a ball 2. to pass (gossip, rumor, etc.) about freely and carelessly 3. to give and take; specif …   English World dictionary