English to Samoan Meaning :: billy

Billy :
- Billybillies

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Noun(1) a short stout club used primarily by policemen(2) male goat

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(1) It is tethered to a tree, a rangy, brindled, flop-eared, devil-eyed billy that could have been a regimental mascot.(2) The goat articles were OK in getting one interested in goats, but you did gloss over how difficult it can be to rent or borrow a billy for breeding.(3) It was a young billy , useless for milking, but pretty.(4) A British Alpine billy , five British Alpine does and two Saanen does have just been safely delivered to their new home in Katima Mulilo.(5) The police have always had non-lethal force at their disposal, of course: the billy club .(6) Another work of the same year, The Policeman, is a vertical box 14 inches tall that narrows from its open front to its open back, the sides and top perforated with ÔÇÿfingers,ÔÇÖ knobs and, seemingly, a billy club .(7) And since our image is the most intimate part of our message that dissent exists and we are its faces they can disempower democratic assembly without swinging a single billy club .(8) Some goats were as big as merino rams, with horns that forced even the toughest defenders to step back. ÔÇÿThey were full-sized billies ,ÔÇÖ Carson said.(9) The first cop, the one she had hit, raised his long billy club and stopped time.(10) Outside the courtroom, he summons his powers to gather evidence on behalf of his clients, occasionally ÔÇÿencouragingÔÇÖ (a billy club helps) reluctant witnesses to testify.(11) ÔÇÿHahahaÔǪ he reminds me of the billies we used to have in our petting zoo,ÔÇÖ he smiled.(12) The Gangs of New York ÔÇÿsports setÔÇÖ featuring a billy club , a shiv and a board with a nail driven through it.(13) Somewhere down the line, one of the women gets hit in the head with a billy club , but overall they don't attack.(14) The truth is that there are governing bodies in charge of enforcing wine laws, but they don't wear tall blue hats and bat you on the head with a billy club for drinking the wrong wine.(15) In the wake of James Meredith's plan to integrate the University of Mississippi, and the expectation of ensuing violence, one was brandishing a billy club , while the others looked on seemingly anticipating putting it to use.(16) Just then a guard came down the hall, beating his billy club along the bars of the cells, and yelling for everyone to shut up.
Related Words
1. billy club ::
Billy kalapu
2. truncheon ::
3. nightstick ::
4. baton ::
Different Forms
billies, billy
Word Example from TV Shows

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Quite a night for you, Billy.

Quite a night for you, Billy.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 9

...and Billy Sparks,
who lived down the street from me...

...and Billy Sparks, who lived down the street from me...

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 5

Billy Bob Thornton. Does Penny live here?

CUOCO: Billy Bob Thornton. Does Penny live here?

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 24

Billy climbs a tree better than anyone.

Billy climbs a tree better than anyone.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

Jack and Billy.

Jack and Billy.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

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