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What does the word bye mean?

I presume that since this is in the cricket category, you're after its correct sports definition. Basically, a bye is an amount of runs scored that may range from one to four, scored when the batsmen have ran between the wickets or the ball has touched the boundary, when the wicket keeper has failed to collect the ball. Bye's are not considered the bowler's error, and so they are excluded from the analysis of bowling figures, but they are added to the teams score.However being the overly complicated sport it always is, cricket has made a few rules in exception to giving byes:If the bowler bowls the ball and it is called a wide or no ball by the umpire, the wicket keeper misses it and it hits the boundary, it is called 5 wides or 5 no balls. It was such a wayward delivery that there was nothing the wicket keeper could have done to stop it, and thus, they are not called byes.Byes can be accumulated even if they come of the batsmen. These are called leg byes. These again can range from 1 -4 runs at a time. Once again they are added to the team score but not to the bowlers figures.Byes do not contribute to a batsmen's score (only to the teams). This is the same as with all sundries (wides, no balls, byes, leg byes).There is no such thing as six byes (and just when you were starting to get ideas). There can only be four byes or four leg byes.During the dying minutes of ODI or T20 matches when a few runs are needed to win the match, the batsmen may decide to take byes even when the wicket keeper has collected the ball. They usually do this by what's known as "backing up" a fair way from the non striker's crease. However this is only used in exceptionally close circumstances, as both batsmen are at high risk of being run out.