Bolling

Boll'ing noun [ Confer Bole stem of a tree, and Poll , transitive verb ] A tree from which the branches have been cut; a pollard.
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Bolling

• (v. t.) A tree from which the branches have been cut; a pollard.
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Bolling

The permanent trunk and stubs of a pollard consisting of the knuckle and the bole. Sometimes used for the knuckle alone.
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Bolling

The origins of the surname Bolling: English: from a nickname for someone with close-cropped hair or a large head, Middle English bolling `pollard`, or for a heavy drinker, from Middle English bolling `excessive drinking`. German (Bölling): from a pet form of a personal name formed with Germanic bald `bold`, `brave` (see Baldwin). Swedish:...
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bolling

the trunk of a pollard tree, as opposed to the regret (R. Thomas, pers. comm.)
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bolling

the trunk of a pollard tree, as opposed to the regret (R. Thomas, pers. comm.)
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