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Bell (IPA: /ˈbɛɫ/)


Bell (n.)

A hollow metallic vessel, usually shaped somewhat like a cup with a flaring mouth, containing a clapper or tongue, and giving forth a ringing sound on being struck.

Bell (n.)

A hollow perforated sphere of metal containing a loose ball which causes it to sound when moved.

Bell (n.)

Anything in the form of a bell, as the cup or corol of a flower.

Bell (n.)

That part of the capital of a column included between the abacus and neck molding; also used for the naked core of nearly cylindrical shape, assumed to exist within the leafage of a capital.

Bell (n.)

The strikes of the bell which mark the time; or the time so designated.

Bell (v. t.)

To put a bell upon; as, to bell the cat.

Bell (v. t.)

To make bell-mouthed; as, to bell a tube.

Bell (v. i.)

To develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom; as, hops bell.

Bell (v. t.)

To utter by bellowing.

Bell (v. i.)

To call or bellow, as the deer in rutting time; to make a bellowing sound; to roar.

Bell ()

An infusorian of the family Vorticellidae, common in fresh-water ponds.

Bell ()

A Brazilian leaf hopper (Bocydium tintinnabuliferum), remarkable for the four bell-shaped appendages of its thorax.

Bell ()

A lever whose two arms form a right angle, or nearly a right angle, having its fulcrum at the apex of the angle. It is used in bell pulls and in changing the direction of bell wires at angles of rooms, etc., and also in machinery.

Bell ()

A glass vessel, varying in size, open at the bottom and closed at the top like a bell, and having a knob or handle at the top for lifting it. It is used for a great variety of purposes; as, with the air pump, and for holding gases, also for keeping the dust from articles exposed to view.

Bell ()

A hard alloy or bronze, consisting usually of about three parts of copper to one of tin; -- used for making bells.

Bell ()

A species of Capsicum, or Guinea pepper (C. annuum). It is the red pepper of the gardens.

Bell

Sound-making device

Bell

Heraldic figure

Bell

Three-wheeled cyclecar designed in the United Kingdom in 1920

Bell

City in California

Bell

Municipality in Mayen-Koblenz, Germany

Bell Synonyms

Melville Bell, Bell, Alexander Melville Bell

Bell Synonyms

Bell, Vanessa Bell, Vanessa Stephen

Bell Synonyms

Bell, Alexander Graham Bell, Alexander Bell

Bell Synonyms

Bell Shape, Campana

Bell Synonyms

Gong, Chime

Bell Synonyms

Buzzer, Doorbell

Bell Synonyms

Ship's Bell

Bell Synonyms

Toll

BELL (Acronym / Abbreviation)

BEL1-like

BELL (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Bell College of Technology, Scotland

BELL (Acronym / Abbreviation)

BEL Character

BELL (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Building Educated Leaders for Life

Bell Rhymes

Behl, Bel, Bell, Belle, Cel, Cell, Chell, Clell, Del, Dell, Delle, Dwell, Dwelle, Ehle, El, Ell, Elle, Fehl, Fel, Fell, Frel, Gehl, Gel, Gell, Grell, Grelle, Guel, Hehl, Hell, Helle, Jell, Kehl, Kell, Kjell, Knell, Krell, L, L. Lehl, Mehl, Mel, Mell, Melle, Nel, Nell, Nelle, Pehl, Pell, Pelle, Prell, Quell, Schell, Schmehl, Schnell, Schnelle, Sell, Selle, Shell, Smell, Snell, Spell, Stell, Stelle, Strehl, Strehle, Swell, Tel, Tell, Well, Welle, Yell, Yelle, Zel, Zell, Zelle

Accel, Adel, Adele, Adell, Adelle, Adwell, Akel, Ancel, Angelle, Ansel, Antell, Anwell, Apel, Ardelle, Arel, Armel, Arnelle, Arvel, Atwell, Axtell, Bandshell, Bardell, Battelle, Bechtel, Bedel, Befell, Bendel, Beutel, Bignell, Bodell, Boutell, Boutelle, Bozell, Bracknell, Brownell, Brunelle, Bucknell, Burdell, Burrell, Buzzell, Cabell, Cantrell, Cantrelle, Capelle, Carel, Carmel, Cartel, Carvel, Cattell, Caudell, Cavell, Chanel, Chapell, Chapelle, Chappelle, Compel, Cordell, Corel, Corell, Cornell, Cornelle, Cosell, Cotelle, Cottrell, Danelle, Daniele, Dantrell, Darnell, Darrelle, Decelle, Desselle, Develle, Dispel, Dispell, Dovel, Edell, Elwell, Estelle, Excel, Expel, Ezell, Ezelle, Farewell, Fascell, Faupel, Ferrel, Fidel, Foretell, Frenzel, Futrell, Gabel, Gazelle, Get-well, Ginnell, Giselle, Gravelle, Grinnell, Gsell, Harpel, Hillel, Hormel, Hornell, Hotel, Impel, Intel, Irell, Janelle, Joelle, Labell, Labelle, Landell, Lapel, Lavelle, Leavelle, Ledwell, Lemelle, Leonelle, Lobell, Loisel, Loiselle, Lyell, Mabelle, Madelle, Mantell, Manuel, Marcel, Marcelle, Markel, Martelle, Marvell, Marvelle, Matell, Mattel, Maxell, Maybelle, Mckell, Mendell, Mentel, Michel, Michele, Michelle, Miguel, Mirell, Mirelle, Misspell, Mizel, Mizelle, Montel, Morel, Morrell, Moselle, Motel, Mousel, Mozelle, Nadel, Nevel, Niguel, Nobel, Noel, Noelle, Nouvelle, Novell, Noxell, O'dell, Octel, Odell, Outsell, Ozelle, Pantel, Pastel, Patel, Percell, Pesnell, Postrelle, Procell, Propel, Purcell, Quesnel, Rachelle, Rampell, Randell, Rangel, Ransdell, Raquel, Ravel, Rebel, Repel, Resell, Retell, Revelle, Rintel, Rochelle, Romelle, Rozelle, Rudelle, Ruelle, Sabel, Samelle, Savel, Sawtelle, Scurdell, Sentelle, Sharell, Sheftel, Shirell, Shirelle, Shortell, Sibelle, Stinel, Sydell, Tavel, Torell, Twaddell, Tyrrell, Udelle, Ul, Unsell, Uzzell, Vandaele, Varvel, Vaupel, Vertel, Wachtell, Waddell, Warrell, Zumel

Aol, Avenel, Carrasquel, Clientele, Danielle, Esquibel, Esquivel, Gabriele, Isabell, Jeanmichele, Kal, Lyondell, Marcantel, Mirabel, Montiel, Orabel, Personnel, Rafael, Raphael, Riopel, Sanmiguel

Aix-la-chapelle, Industrielle, Mademoiselle, Materiel, Nepl
Anfal, Antipersonell

Bell (Last Name / Surname)

Bell is the #106 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 220,599 people had that surname.

Spanish Translation

Bell in Spanish is Campana

Tagalog Translation

Bell in Tagalog is Batingaw

Example Sentence (Quote)

" [in robotic voice] My name is Bell E. Button. What's yours?" - Diary of a Wimpy Kid (film)

Example Sentence (Quote)

" But this momentous question, like a fire bell in the night, awakened and filled me with terror." - Slavery

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Chemistry without catalysis would be a sword without a handle, a light without brilliance, a bell without sound." - Chemistry

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Don't lick Bell End. (Meaning people can have fun while others are not having fun)" - Anonymous

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Fear not the loss of the bell more than the loss of the steeple." - English proverbs


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