Wiktionary. bat(Noun) A club made of wood or aluminium used for striking the ball in sports such as baseball, softball and cricket.
- 1 What does the word bat mean?
- 2 What is the origin of the word bat?
- 3 What is the another meaning of bat?
- 4 What kind of word is bat?
- 5 What does a bat mean spiritually?
- 6 What does the word bat mean in Hebrew?
- 7 What was the original shape of bat?
- 8 What is the opposite of bat?
- 9 What does the word bat mean in Old English?
- 10 What is a bat in drug terms?
- 11 What does roost mean for bats?
What does the word bat mean?
(Entry 1 of 5) 1 : a stout solid stick : club. 2 : a sharp blow : stroke. 3a : a usually wooden implement used for hitting the ball in various games.
What is the origin of the word bat?
Middle English had bakke, most likely cognate with Old Swedish natbakka («night-bat»), which may have undergone a shift from -k- to -t- (to Modern English bat) influenced by Latin blatta, «moth, nocturnal insect». The word «bat» was probably first used in the early 1570s.
What is the another meaning of bat?
Synonyms. wing microbat chiropteran fruit bat megabat order Chiroptera carnivorous bat eutherian mammal placental mammal eutherian placental Chiroptera. Antonyms.
What kind of word is bat?
noun. Sports. the wooden club used in certain games, as baseball and cricket, to strike the ball. a racket, especially one used in badminton or table tennis.
What does a bat mean spiritually?
A bat as a spirit animal indicates a person who is aware of his/her own states of consciousness, inner awareness. That is why; such a person is capable of understanding the darkness of night, death, and even the world of dreams. A person with the bat as a spirit animal is the Guardian of the Night.
What does the word bat mean in Hebrew?
Daughter. For more information in Hebrew, click here.
What was the original shape of bat?
The shape of the bat was thought to be similar to modern hockey sticks since rolling the arm over wasn’t yet practised at the time. It started taking a rectangular form in the late 1700s and early 1800s. The laws had by then changed and bowlers were allowed to roll their arms over like they do in modern cricket.
What is the opposite of bat?
What is the opposite of bat?
|disapprove||blow a raspberry|
What does the word bat mean in Old English?
Old English word for the animal was hreremus, from hreran «to shake» (see rare (adj. … «to move the eyelids,» 1847, American English, an extended sense from earlier meaning «flutter (the wings) as a hawk» (1610s), a variant of bate (v. 2). Related: Batted; batting.
What is a bat in drug terms?
a small pipe that holds a single hit of a smokable drug — usually marijuana. … See more words with the same meaning: marijuana paraphernalia.
What does roost mean for bats?
A roost is a place where birds or bats can sleep or rest safely. Backyard chickens need a comfortable, secure roost to stay warm and rested.