Definition of Blaise

1. Proper noun. ( male given name). ¹



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Definition of Blaise

1. blaes [n] - See also: blaes

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blaise

blague
blagues
blagueur
blagueurs
blah
blah blah blah
blahdy
blahdy blah
blahed
blahg
blahgs
blahing
blahs
blain
blains
blaise (current term)
blaize
blakey
blakeys
blam
blamable
blamably
blame
blame America first
blame Canada
blame game
blame games
blameable
blameably
blamed

Literary usage of Blaise

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"His father, Etienne Pascal, was a man of wealth, education, and high judicial position, who, when blaise was eight years old, removed to Paris especially to ..."

2. Eccentric personages by William Russell (1864)
"JEAN Louvois MARIE blaise was an invalided French seaman, established for ... Monsieur blaise was delighted. He had never forgiven Messieurs les Anglais for ..."

3. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1879)
"WHAT is that infernal ring at the bell': " said Sir blaise Reredos to his ... said Sir blaise, for his hand trembled. Benbow performed the feat with a small ..."

4. A History of Philosophy by Frank Thilly (1914)
"... such necessary connection lies in reason; the notion of necessary causation is implied in the notion of universal being. In blaise Pascal (1623-1662; ..."

5. French Jansenists by Marguerite Tollemache (1893)
"blaise PASCAL. B. 1623. D. 1662. Doctor August Neander observes that for a 'right comprehension of the " Pensees" of Pascal, we must not forget that they ..."

6. The Gallery of Portraits: With Memoirs by Arthur Thomas Malkin (1833)
"blaise PASCAL was born June 19, 1623, at Clermont, the capital of Auvergne, where his father, Stephen Pascal, held a high legal office. ..."

7. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"His father, Etienne Pascal, was a man of wealth, education, and high judicial position, who, when blaise was eight years old, removed to Paris especially to ..."

8. Eccentric personages by William Russell (1864)
"JEAN Louvois MARIE blaise was an invalided French seaman, established for ... Monsieur blaise was delighted. He had never forgiven Messieurs les Anglais for ..."

9. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1879)
"WHAT is that infernal ring at the bell': " said Sir blaise Reredos to his ... said Sir blaise, for his hand trembled. Benbow performed the feat with a small ..."

10. A History of Philosophy by Frank Thilly (1914)
"... such necessary connection lies in reason; the notion of necessary causation is implied in the notion of universal being. In blaise Pascal (1623-1662; ..."

11. French Jansenists by Marguerite Tollemache (1893)
"blaise PASCAL. B. 1623. D. 1662. Doctor August Neander observes that for a 'right comprehension of the " Pensees" of Pascal, we must not forget that they ..."

12. The Gallery of Portraits: With Memoirs by Arthur Thomas Malkin (1833)
"blaise PASCAL was born June 19, 1623, at Clermont, the capital of Auvergne, where his father, Stephen Pascal, held a high legal office. ..."

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