ball lightning

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ball lightning

n.
A rare form of lightning in the shape of a glowing red ball, associated with thunderstorms and thought to consist of ionized gas.

ball lightning

n
(Physical Geography) meteorol a luminous electrically charged ball occasionally seen during electrical storms
Translations
pallosalama
gömbvillám
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He can talk and understand humans, he can make himself disappear within an electrical current, he can hold ball lightening in his paws, and he can travel through time.
DID anyone report seeing the amazing ball lightening that flashed above the University of Liverpool in the recent storms?
Ball lightening is rare, especially high in the air like that.