See also: Billard

English

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Noun

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billard (plural billards)

  1. (obsolete) A coalfish, especially a young one.

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Danish

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Etymology

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Borrowed from French billard (billiards, pool table).

Noun

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billard c (definite singular billarden) (uncountable)

  1. billiards (a ball game played on a billiard table)

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billard n (definite singular billardet, indefinite plural billarder, definite plural billarderne)

  1. a billiard table (another name for billardbord)

French

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Etymology

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Derived from bille (log, tree trunk) +‎ -ard, the term billard ("little log") originally referring to the cue stick with which the game is played.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /bi.jaʁ/
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Noun

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billard m (plural billards)

  1. billiards
  2. pool table
  3. (slang) operating table

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