from The Century Dictionary.
- To dash or splash with a quantity of liquid; drench.
- To pour in suddenly and in great quantity.
- noun A dash or plash, as of rain falling in sheets.
- noun A quantity of thin, watery stuff, especially an excessive quantity: as, a blash of tea.
- noun A broad blaze or flare.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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'B-o-y Jove, what a night!' exclaimed Facey, as a blash of sleet dashed across the window as if some one had thrown a handful of pebbles against it.