A projecting section of a building
- to seem or seem to be on volume or extent to enlarge
- Magnitude of material compound measurements mass size as an ox or ship of good bulk
- stick-out or up
- cause to bulge or enlarge outwards
- the home caused by becoming or concerning the higher in quantity of two parts; the primary component
- the property of a thing that is great in magnitude
- the property possessed by a big mass
- Magnitude of material substance; proportions; size; size; because, an ox or ship of good bulk.
- the primary mass or body; the biggest or major part; the vast majority; because, the majority of a debt.
- The cargo of a vessel whenever stowed.
- your body.
- To appear or seem to be, as to bulk or extent; to swell.
- A projecting element of a building.
Unbroken plans. Merchandise which is neither counted, weighed, nor I sized. Bulk is said of that which is neither counted, weighed, nor assessed. A sale because of the bulk is the sale of a quantity such as for example it's, without measuring, counting, or weighing. Civil Code La. art. 3556, par. 6.
mid-15c., "a heap," previous "ship's cargo" (mid-14c.), from a Scandinavian source similar to Old Norse bulki "a heap; ship's cargo," thus "goods filled loose" (perhaps virtually "rolled-up load"), from Proto-Germanic *bul-, from PIE root *bhel- (2) "to blow, inflate, swell" (see bole). Indicating extended by confusion with outdated bouk "belly" (from Old English buc "body, stomach," from Proto-Germanic *bukaz; see bucket), which led to feeling of "dimensions," very first attested mid-15c.
- "enlarge, be a little more huge," 1550s (usually with up), from bulk (n.). Relevant: Bulked; bulking.
Unpackaged, homogenous, dried out or liquid items, without level or matter and usually free-flowing, bought and offered by body weight or amount, such as for instance grains, oils, and ores.
(n.) Magnitude of product substance; measurements; size; size; as, an ox or ship of good bulk.
- (letter.) The key mass or human anatomy; the greatest or principal section; the majority; because, the bulk of a debt.
- (letter.) The cargo of a vessel whenever stowed.
- (letter.) Your body.
- (v. i.) to look or be seemingly, on volume or degree; to swell.
- (v.) A projecting section of a building.
Occasionally these translations were copied for circulation among officials, but the bulk of the people knew nothing of them.