noun \ˈblē\

Definition of blee



  1. 1 archaic :  color, hue, coloration under a banner of mingled blee

  2. 2 archaic :  complexion, coloring —used chiefly in the phrase bright of blee three fair sisters bright of blee

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Origin and Etymology of blee

Middle English ble, bleo, from Old English blēo; akin to Old Saxon & Old Frisian blī color, Old English blīthe happy — more at blithe

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