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blae

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adjective \ˈblā\

Definition of blae

chiefly Scottish

  1. :  dark blue or bluish gray



Origin and Etymology of blae

Middle English bla, blo, from Old Norse blār; akin to Old High German blāo blue — more at blue


First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with blae

a, ae, bay, bey, brae, bray, chez, clay, Cray, day, dey, dray, eh, fay, fey, flay, fley, frae, fray, Frey, gay, Gay, gey, gley, gray, hay, he, hey, Hue, j, jay, Jay, k, kay, Kay, lay, lei, may, nay, né, née, neigh, Ney, pay, pe, play, pray, prey, qua, quai, quay, Rae, ray, re, say, shay, slay, sleigh, spae, spay, Spey, splay, spray, stay, stray, sway, Tay, they, tray, trey, way, weigh, whey, yea


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