Definition of boule. Meaning of boule. Synonyms of boule

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Definition of boule

Boule
Boule Boule, Boulework Boule"work`, n. Same as Buhl, Buhlwork.
boule
Buhl Buhl, Buhlwork Buhl"work, n. [From A. Ch. Boule, a French carver in wood.] Decorative woodwork in which tortoise shell, yellow metal, white metal, etc., are inlaid, forming scrolls, cartouches, etc. [Written also boule, boulework.]

Meaning of boule from wikipedia

- or Boule from Gr**** Boule (bread), a round loaf of white (often sourdough) bread Boule (community), an Akan people in Côte d'Ivoire, Africa Boule (crystal)...
- Boules (French pronunciation: ​[bul]) is a collective name for a wide range of games similar to bowls and bocce (In French: jeu or jeux, in Italian: gioco...
- (listen)) is a sport that falls into the category of boules sports, along with raffa, bocce, boule lyonnaise, lawn bowls and crown green bowling. In all...
- Boule de Suif (French pronunciation: ​[bul də sɥif]), translated variously as Dumpling, Butterball, Ball of Fat, or Ball of Lard, is a famous short story...
- Boule, from French, meaning "ball", is a traditional shape of French bread resembling a squashed ball. A boule can be made using any type of flour and...
- In cities of ancient Greece, the boule (Gr****: βουλή, boulē; plural βουλαί, boulai) was a council of over 500 citizens (βουλευταί, bouleutai) appointed...
- Boule et Bill (known in English as Billy & Buddy) is a po****r comic, created in 1959 by Belgian writer-artist Jean Roba in collaboration with Maurice...
- 1904. The fraternity quickly established chapters (referred to as "member boulés") in Chicago, Illinois and then Baltimore, Maryland. The founders included...
- A boule is a single-crystal ingot produced by synthetic means. A boule of silicon is the starting material for most of the integrated circuits used today...
- Pierre-Marcellin Boule (1 January 1861 – 4 July 1942), better known as merely Marcellin Boule, was a French palaeontologist, geologist, and anthropologist...