There are 2 definitions of bole in English:

bole1

Syllabification: bole
Pronunciation: /bōl
 
/

noun

  • The trunk of a tree.
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    • Many larger trees showed cankered boles and parasite-bloated boughs.
    • Having maneuvered through the boles of the blue trees of the grove and into the open plain beyond, Saffron and Hawk decided to head off in the direction of a grassy hillock they spotted about a kilometer away.
    • A few dead boles of tree stood scattered across the infertile land as the child faded from view, though not from distance.

Origin

Middle English: from Old Norse bolr; perhaps related to balk.

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Word of the day milord
Pronunciation: məˈlôrd
noun
used to address an English nobleman

There are 2 definitions of bole in English:

bole2

Syllabification: bole
Pronunciation: /
 
bōl/

noun

  • Fine, compact, earthy clay, typically of a reddish color, used as a pigment.
    More example sentences
    • After polishing to achieve a smooth skin, a reddish or pink bole is applied and this is polished again.
    • Petrovich also makes frames out of lead, steel, iron or bole finishes.
    • The earliest are a restrained palette of blues, whites, then a touch of sage-green, manganese purple, and finally the sealing-wax red of Armenian bole.

Origin

Middle English: from late Latin bolus 'rounded mass' (see bolus).

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Word of the day milord
Pronunciation: məˈlôrd
noun
used to address an English nobleman