- The capital of the Bahamas.
- (cricket) a score of 111, sometimes considered to be unlucky (supposedly from the belief that Lord Nelson had one eye, one arm and one leg (disputed))
- a wrestling hold in which a wrestler's arm is locked behind his back
- zone between the defensive line of scrimmage and the offensive line of scrimmage
- (icehockey) zone on the playing surface between the attacking zone and the defending zone as delineated by the two blue lines.
- National Hockey League
- (Sports) (dated) A metal headed golf club with a large highly lofted head. Replaced by sand iron or wedge in a modern set of clubs
- The digit or figure 9.
- (playing cards) Card with 9 pips.
- (Old Testament) a place, north of Jerusalem, whose inhabitants were massacred by w:Saul, Saul
verb to no ball
- (cricket) a ball delivered by a bowler in violation of any of the various laws; the extra run then credited to the batting side; the signal, with an arm outstretched, then made by the umpire
- (context, of a bowler) to bowl a no ball
- (context, of an umpire) to call and signal a no ball
- An aristocrat; one of aristocratic blood
- Having honorable qualities; having moral eminence and freedom from anything petty, mean or dubious in conduct and character
- He made a effort.
- (misspelling of, knock)
- Either of the two grooves in a bow that hold the bowstring.
- The notch at the rear of an arrow that fits on the bowstring.
- (baseball) A game in which no batter on one of the teams got a hit
- Not many pitchers can say they threw two no-hitters in their career.
- (baseball) A game in which no batter on one of the teams has yet gotten a hit.
- He's throwing a !
verb (nominat, ing)
- (obsolete) To entitle, confer a name upon.
- 1658: the City of Norwich ... was enlarged, builded and nominated by the Saxons. " Sir Thomas Browne, Urne-Burial (Penguin 2005, p. 12)
- To name someone for a particular role or position, including that of an office.
- The organ of the face used to smell things.
- A snout, the nose of an animal
- The tip of an object (e.g. the nose of a fighter plane).
- (Horse racing) The length of a horse, horse"s nose, used to indicate the distance between horses at the finish of a race, or any very close race.
- Red Rum only won by a .
- Bouquet, the smell of something, especially wine.
- The skill in recognising bouquet
- It is essential that a winetaster develops a good .