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Bal·dy

 (bôl′dē), Mount
A mountain, 3,068 m (10,064 ft) high, of the San Gabriel Mountains in southern California.

baldy

(ˈbɔːldɪ)
adj
bald
n, pl baldies
a bald person
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baldy - a person whose head is baldbaldy - a person whose head is bald    
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
Translations

baldy

[ˈbɔːldɪ] Ncalvo m

baldy

[ˈbɔːldi] ntête f d'œuf

baldy

n (inf)Glatzkopf m
References in periodicals archive ?
Passerini-Glazel et al (11) reported a series of 74 patients with various ureteral defects, including distal lesions, while Baldie et al (13) excluded proximal strictures from their study.
BALDIE, SHAMILA--CHAMPS FLEURS, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Karen Malcolm, 56, had walked down the aisle as 'a baldie bride' after chemotherapy treatments took away most of her hair.
They'll flank the baldie to get as much attention as possible," Chicotsky said.
Ross Kemp: Extreme World (Sky1, tomorrow, 9pm) * HE made his name playing thuggish baldie Grant Mitchell on BBC One soap EastEnders, before donning the mantle of action hero Henno in ITV1's Ultimate Force.
And Shroom is the Prime Minister's grand-niece, recovering from cancer and still as bald as a mushroom, who is totally into secret service lore and is thrilled to meet Taklu, a fellow baldie.
The trio flee to Rio de Janeiro, where a daring raid on a train brings them to the attention of tough federal agent Hobbs (Johnson, looking ridiculously muscle-bound and sporting a silly beard so we can tell him apart from fellow baldie Diesel in the action scenes).
That brings them to the attention of tough federal agent Hobbs played by Dwayne Johnson, who looks more ridiculously muscle-bound than ever and who sports a silly beard, no doubt to distinguish him from fellow baldie Diesel in the action scenes.
Black baldie The black baldie is not a recognized breed, but a cross between the Hereford and the Angus.
Baldie explains this phenomenon by conceiving the UCNs as strong inclusions in the hardened cement paste.
Jane Lloyd (Richard Phillips), stable groom' Joseph Crayton (Paul Cole), stable groom' Lee Hagen (Philip Hobbs), groom' Lisa Baldie (Susan Bradburne), stable groom' Lisa McLean (Harriet Graham), rider/groom' Rebecca Steel (Suzy Smith), stable groom' Richard Pringeur and Anne Connell (Sir Michael Stoute), groom/work-rider' Shakti Rathore (Jeremy Noseda), rider/groom' Shane McGrath (James Fanshawe), rider/groom' Wayne Fearon (David Barron), rider/groom.