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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blet.


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  • It's like an assembly line, not with conveyor blets, but each of them worked on a different part of that design.

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  • T. T.blets, in baked or unbaked clay, used as books, 109; their shapes and sizes, 109; mode of writing on, 109-110; baking of, 110; great numbers of, deposited in the British Museum, 110-112;

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  • _The Folk and their Word-Lore_, p. 156.] {246} [‘Bliss’ representing the old English _bliths_ or _blidhs_, blitheness, is really a quite distinct word from ‘bless’, standing for _blets_, old English _blétsian_ (= _blóedsian_, to consecrate with blood, _blód_), although the latter was by a folk-etymology very frequently spelt ‘bliss’.] {247} [But ‘afraied’ is the earliest form of the word (1350), the verb itself being at first spelt ‘afray’ (1325).

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