Definitions for "bell"
A hollow metallic vessel, usually shaped somewhat like a cup with a flaring mouth, containing a clapper or tongue, and giving forth a ringing sound on being struck.
A hollow perforated sphere of metal containing a loose ball which causes it to sound when moved.
Anything in the form of a bell, as the cup or corol of a flower.
Keywords:  rung, ringer, morning, warn, lap
What a bicycle uses to talk. Mystery writer Dorothy Sayers, in her book The Nine Tailors, describes the gruesome end of a victim of too much ringing: fair warning to governments which seek to make bells compulsory. Simply shouting Oi!, on the other hand, is not known to have ever killed anyone.
a warning that the value may not be acceptable, a cross means the value is known to be not acceptable
a writer who lives in Paris
a phonetician and father of Alexander Graham Bell (1819-1905)
United States inventor (born in Scotland) of the telephone (1847-1922)
Alexander Graham (1847-1922) Scottish-born American inventor of the telephone. The first demonstration of electrical transmission of speech by his apparatus took place in 1876. Bell also invented the audiometer, an early hearing aid, and improved the phonograph.
To open the mouth of a case slightly in order to seat a bullet more easily. Also used in reference to a rifle barrel which is worn at the muzzle ( belled muzzle ).
the flared opening of a tubular device
The bell is the part of a trumpet that begins at the valve casing and ends in the flared open end. It is responsible for many factors of tone production, and it should be kept free of dents. For a more in-depth discussion of bells, see the Parts of a Trumpet..
Keywords:  deity, summon, invoke, sacred, ritual
Bells have been used by nearly all cultures throughout history as magickal talismans, fertility charms, summons to a deity, and as instruments for sacred music. Many Wiccans use a consecrated bell as an altar tool to signal the beginning and/or close of a ritual.
Used to summon deities and as instruments for sacred music.
a feminine symbol, often used to invoke the Goddess during ritual
That part of the capital of a column included between the abacus and neck molding; also used for the naked core of nearly cylindrical shape, assumed to exist within the leafage of a capital.
The shape in the bore at the top of the three top joints. It is shaped like an upside down bell, getting wider as it rises to the top. It ends with the bush.
the round, non-stinging part of umbrella-shaped jellies, known as medusas.
Bell is a Didone classification serif typeface designed in 1788 by Richard Austin (1768–1830) while working in John Bell's British Type Foundry. Bell, impressed by the clarity and contrast found in contemporary French typefaces cut by Firmin Didot, wanted his foundry to offer a British version. Austin, a skilfull punchcutter first trained as an engraver, produced a sharply serifed face, like Didot in its contrast of thick and thin strokes, but more like Baskerville in its use of bracketed, less rectilinear, serifs.
Keywords:  alarm, burglar, rutting, roar, esc
To call or bellow, as the deer in rutting time; to make a bellowing sound; to roar.
Signal sounded when the starter opens the gates or, at some tracks, to mark the close of betting.
The character sent by a program to a terminal to indicate some kind of "error" condition; for example, in vi pressing Esc to exit insert mode when you are already in command mode; actually the ^G character which rather than displaying on the terminal instead causes it to sound an "alarm," which on ancient teletype terminals was implemented as a bell. Different terminals produce different sounds for their bells including one old video terminal that sounded like someone shifting gears without benefit of clutch.
Bell Bottomed Trousers The uniform trousers of a seaman of height about 5ft 10ins measure 25 inches round the bottom. It is said that the practice of making sailors' trousers very full arose from the days when the men made their own clothes, when they found it easier and less wasteful of material to use the full width of the material. A bolt of serge in Britain has for years measured 54ins across. This, allowing to turn-ins, would just give the two trousers legs. That wide trousers legs were subsequently found to be easier to roll up when scrubbing decks is often given as the reason why trousers were made wide, but it seems that this was not the original reason.
Glass receivers* of varying sizes, used generally used for collecting, transferring, and preserving gasses. They are either closed and vaulted at the top; open at the bottom; or, furnished with a short wide neck.
The end of a pipe or filling which is enlarged and designed to receive the straight end of a length of pipe.
Enlargement of the lower end of a shaft excavation, to increase the bearing area of the drilled shaft (Also called "underream").
the opposite end to the mouthpiece of a woodwind instrument, the open end
English painter; sister of Virginia Woolf; prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group (1879-1961)
Keywords:  laue, helberg, lunar, terrain, crater
The strikes of the bell which mark the time; or the time so designated.
Bell is a lunar impact crater that is located on the far side of the Moon, just past the western limb. It lies in an area of terrain that is marked by many small craters, a number of which are satellite craters of Bell listed in the table below. Bell lies within two crater diameters of Laue crater to the north, and to the west of the smaller Helberg crater.
The open (opening bell) or close (closing bell) of a trading session; sometimes a bell is used, sometimes a buzzer.
(slang) echo; encouraging signal.
a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
Keywords:  utter
To utter by bellowing.
a good example of a mechanical resonator
a resonator with its own frequencies, its own note, and the air is the medium through which its acoustic wave propagates
a polite way of advising pedestrians of your imminent arrival - no good in traffic of course, but ideal for shared pathways where politeness is important
Keywords:  handsome, pretty
handsome, pretty ("bellus" / "bellatus")
Keywords:  blossom, corollas, hops, take, develop
To develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom; as, hops bell.
An electronic bell used to call Members of Parliament into the Chamber for a sitting, or to announce a vote or the lack of a quorum in the House of Commons. When the bell is used to announce a vote, it is called a division bell.
Keywords:  necessity, alert, one
a necessity and one must be alert
A unit of time between watches equal to 30 minutes. (See Time on Dragonships.)
Keywords:  cows, attach
attach a bell to; "bell cows"
103 Standard for 300bps modems in the United States, originally developed at AT&T Bell Laboratories.
AT&T standards for devices that transmit over telephone lines; e.g. modems.
Keywords:  cat
To put a bell upon; as, to bell the cat.
a legal requirement only in Northern Ireland
A bell predicts that you'll be hearing of news, which will connect, closely with your current concerns.
American Bell Association, International, Inc Founded in 1940, the club has dues of $24.
Keywords:  bad, man
a bad, bad man
a great symbol of calling attention to your needs
Keywords:  tube, mouthed
To make bell-mouthed; as, to bell a tube.