American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- One of the three Magi.
- n. A very large wine bottle with the capacity of about 12 liters, equivalent to 16 standard bottles.
- n. A name ascribed to one of the Magi.
- n. A male given name.
- n. (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus
- From Latin Balthasar, equivalent of the English biblical Belshazzar. (Wiktionary)
“One of the characters, Keith Balthazar, is a doctor practicing in the Arctic town of Rankin Inlet.”
“Mushroom Soup, accompanied by whole grain Balthazar Bakery Bread.”
“But can we really conclude that Balthazar is entertaining thoughts of "mastery or transcendence" when he sings "Today's my Anniversary, the Day of Kings"?”
“The next morning she called Balthazar to her and closely questioned him.”
“MexConnect. com Forums: Areas: Central Pacific Region: "Balthazar" - wall mural artist in/around PV”
“Re: [cauny] "Balthazar" - wall mural artist in/around PV”
“Re: [Bud Crest] "Balthazar" - wall mural artist in/around PV”
“Nah Balthazar is a regular Fairfax contributer he’s often over at SMH”
“Darren Hughes just posted on his blog the release of Bresson’s donkey film au hazard Balthazar from the Criterion Dvd Collection.”
“Balthazar aka The Collector - Brave & The Bold #70 - his computer figured it out, but later Bats & Hawkman confused the heck out of him.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Balthazar’.
Capitalized words with only one of the vowels, with that vowel used at least three times. See also Monovocalics.
I have a sizable collection of fiddle- and banjo-shaped bottles. Some quite old, others not so old.
Looking for tweets for Balthazar.