Meaning club
What does club mean? Here you find 31 meanings of the word club. You can also add a definition of club yourself

1

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


"to hit with a club," 1590s, from club (v.). Meaning "gather in a club-like mass" is from 1620s. Related: Clubbed; clubbing. CLUB, verb (military). -- In manoeuvring troops, so to [..]
Source: etymonline.com

2

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


c. 1200, "thick stick used as a weapon," from Old Norse klubba "cudgel" or a similar Scandinavian source (compare Swedish klubba, Danish klubbe), assimilated from Proto-Germanic *k [..]
Source: etymonline.com

3

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


heavy stick, usually thicker at one end, often used as a weapon.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

4

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


The expression golf club describes basically three different meanings. On the one hand side it is part of the equipment, so the device you do your strokes with. Furthermore it can also describe a golf course or a special golf facility, whereas on the other hand side the term golf club can also refer to a group or an association of golf players, the [..]
Source: thematchplayer.com

5

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


a tool for the player to hit the ball. A player is allowed to carry up to 14 clubs while playing.
Source: translationdirectory.com

6

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


baseball club: a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together; "each club played six home games with teams in its own division" unite with a common purp [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

7

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


Golf club, the term is used to denote the tool used to strike the golf ball, or a golfing facility or golf course and finally an association or a group of golfers.
Source: buzzle.com

8

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


equipment consisting of a head, shaft and grip used to hit that dimpled ball.
Source: gamerisms.com

9

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


The implement used in golf to strike the ball. Consists of a shaft, grip and a clubhead of wood or metal.
Source: 100golfschools.com

10

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


a group of people who meet to of things together, like playing tennis or golf. The same word also means a heavy stick
Source: eenglish.in

11

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


klub
Source: yiddishdictionaryonline.com

12

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


To dream of being approached by a person bearing a club, denotes that you will be assailed by your adversaries, but you will overcome them and be unusually happy and prosperous; but if you club any one, you will undergo a rough and profitless journey.   
Source: dreams-dictionary.org

13

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


of orchids (family Orchidaceae) when perianth segment swollen apically and that portion often covered in glands or glandular hairs.
Source: plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

14

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to syndication as part of a fund-raising.
Source: people.hbs.edu

15

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


(n) a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together(n) a formal association of people with similar interests(n) stout stick that is larger at one end(n) a building that is occupie [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

16

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A society of persons who club together, or form themselves into a knot or lump.
Source: bartleby.com

17

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A private, nonprofit corporation or association which is the owner, lessee or occupant of an establishment operated solely for objects of a national, social, patriotic, political or athletic nature or the like, but not for pecuniary gain, the advantages of which belong to all the members.
Source: abc.virginia.gov

18

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A boom on a jib or staysail.
Source: caribbean-pirates.com

19

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A boom on a jib or staysail
Source: riggingandsails.com

20

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


1. a boom for a jib on a vessel so rigged.   2. a spar laced to the foot of a jib, or sometimes to the after edge of a quadrilateral, fore-and-aft rigged sail like that on a log canoe.
Source: photographers1.com

21

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A boom on a jib or staysail.
Source: marinewaypoints.com

22

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


Same as brake club. Club winder is switchman or brakeman. A brakeman's club was usually his only weapon of defense against hoboes.
Source: hobonickels.org

23

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


portion of the antenna that is enlarged from the other segments
Source: grainscanada.gc.ca

24

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


probably humanity's oldest weapon, the club is simply a weighted stick with a heavy end and a grip.
Source: mercwars.com

25

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


The symbol ♣, which appears on the 13 cards of the lowest ranking of the four suits in a bridge deck. It stems from the French (trefle), but the name seems to be of Spanish or Italian origin as a tran [..]
Source: acbl.org

26

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


Is a period term. In the modern day the terms of club and team are almost synonymous, but in the period; team was a term infrequently used to describe the men chosen to be on the field on the day of the game. A period term would be a nine or side. A club was the entire group or association from which the team or nine were chosen.
Source: vbba.org

27

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


a group of players who get together to play bridge, or the place where such a group meets
Source: bridgeworld.com

28

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


association of persons with some common objective, usually jointly supported and meeting periodically.
Source: witiger.com

29

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


Used to hit the ball. You will see that golf is basically all about ballistics. The distance covered by the ball depends on the club-face, more or less open, and the speed of the club head when it hit [..]
Source: uk.france.fr

30

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


club (association of members) club (nightclub, discotheque)
Source: en.wiktionary.org

31

0 Thumbs up   0 Thumbs down

club


A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
Source: people.duke.edu





<< club-house cloze >>

Dictionary.university is a dictionary written by people like you and me.
Please help and add a word. All sort of words are welcome!

Add meaning