ETYM Old Eng. aul, awel, al, AS. ael, awel; akin to Icel. alr, Old High Germ. âla, German ahle, Lith. yla, Skr. ârâ.
A pointed tool for marking surfaces or for punching small holes.
ETYM Old Eng. boydekyn dagger; of uncertain origin; cf. W. bidog hanger, short sword, Irish bideog, Gael. biodag.
1. A blunt needle for pulling ribbon through loops.
2. A small sharp-pointed tool for punching holes in leather or fabric.
3. Formerly a long hairpin; usually with an ornamental head.
Small tool for pricking holes; small dagger.
(Irregular plural: punches).
1. A tool for making (usually circular) holes.
2. (Boxing) A blow with the fist; SYN. poke, lick, biff.
silo | srpsko - engleski prevod
Trap za žito (u Španiji); danas: veliki, moderno uređen, od betona izrađen ambar za žito i hranu; silos.
1. A cylindrical tower used for storing silage.
2. An underground structure where ballistic missiles can be stored and fired.
Storage pit or building for silage.
In farming, an airtight tower in which silage is made by the fermentation of freshly cut grass and other forage crops. In military technology, a silo is an underground chamber for housing and launching a ballistic missile.