Is light ball a compound word?
Yes it is a sport and any sport that ends with ball is a compound word
is ball jont a compound word
No, but ballpoint is a compound word.
Air ball is not a compound word.
No. Soccer ball is two words not put together a compound word is two words put together.
Yes baseball is a compound word. The words are base and ball.
Yes football is a compound word. The words are foot and ball.
Yes. Ball is a word and so is game so that makes it a compound word.
No, stolen is not a compound word. A compound word is two words combined to form a new word (example: basket+ball).
pall name ball
No, air ball are two separate words.
Yes. Snow, and Ball.
A compound word is two words put together to form a new word. (Example: Basket+Ball= Basketball) So, No, Batteries is not a compound word, it is the plural form of battery (which is one word).
Yes, the word 'search light' is a compound noun, a word made up of two or more words that form a noun with a meaning of its own.
No it is not.
The term 'grand ball' can be considered a compound noun. When a combination of words are joined to form a word with its own meaning becomes commonly used and its meaning understood by most, it becomes a compound noun. As a noun, 'grand ball' is a singular, common, compound, abstract noun, a word for a thing.
ballgame ballpark ballroom
Clipboard and pegboard are compound words. Daylight and headlight are compound words with the suffix light.
The word is daylight.
No, "ball" is a noun, modified by the adjective "golf." They are two separate words.
No. A compound word is two or more words, most often nouns, combined to make one word: The boy kicked the football. (foot + ball)
Yes, the word 'light bulb' is a noun, a compound noun, a word for a thing.
yes no maybe so. hehehe....
The word is foot. football footnote footprint
No. A compound word is a word like moonlight, grasshopper, grandmother, they are made up of two words - moon and light for example. Everybody, everyone are compound words.
No, the noun 'turkey' is not a compound word. A compound word is a word made up of two or more words to form a word with a meaning of its own. A compound word can be joined, hyphenated or open spaced. Examples: football (foot + ball) six-pack (six + pack) paint brush (paint + brush)
No. The light bulb is two words, not a combination of light and bulb.
Yes, "headlight" is a compound word because it comprises of the two words "head" and "light" put together.
Compound nouns can be written: As one word: policeman As a hyphenated word: six-pack As two separate words: fast ball
ballroom ballgown ballpark ballgame ballpoint
compound because it is basket ball and a noun
Yes it is. Volley + Ball Even if it is formed into a single word it is still a compound (formed by more than one thing). Another example of this type of word is "weekend".
No, the word 'team' is not a compound noun. A compound noun is a noun made up of two or more words that form a noun with a meaning of its own. A compound noun can be joined, separated, or hyphenated. Examples: baseball (base+ball) football (foot+ball) home plate end zone t-shirt (or tee-shirt)
yes because flash is one word and light is another
The word is snow. snowball snowstorm snowdrift snowfall
Yes. A compound word is made when you put two regular words together. In this case, "basket" is one word and "ball" is another. Put them together and you get "basketball." Don't thank me, thank God.
yes,because moon and light are words that make a big word.
Yes, the compound word 'daylight' is a noun; a word for the natural light of day; a word for a thing.
Here are some: Ballgame, ballroom, ballgown, ballcock, ball-bearing, ballpark, ballboy, ball-point pen, basketball, baseball.
yes it is because of the words day and light that are in it
The phrase is spelled "football team". Football is a compound word made from combining "foot" and "ball". Team is a separate word.
The word football does not come from Latin. It is from the English language, and is a compound of foot and ball based on the Oxford English Dictionary.
The dog threw the ball as high as he could and it landed on a trampoline.
"Whent" is not a word. "When" and "went" are words, though. You can't combine them to make a compound word such as "light" and "house" to create "lighthouse."
yes because it has the word fire and light so if u put it together it spells firelight
In-depth is a compound word, meaning detailed or comprehensive. Compound words, which contain a hyphen, are not considered to be a single word. If over time the word drops its hyphen (as when light-house became lighthouse) it would then be considered one word.
A compound noun is a word made of two or more individual words that merge to form a noun with a meaning of its own, for example: applesauce baseball parking lot A noun that is not a compound noun is a noun that is a single word, for example: apple sauce base ball park lot