Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Blue.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. cheese containing a blue mold

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The French word bleu is itself thought to have been borrowed from German, the base of which is the Latin word fiavus, which—strange as it may seem—means “yellow” and not blue at all!

    Zolar’s Magick Of Color

  • I was sharing it with Nicholas, and we got "white dressing" also known as bleu cheese dressing.

    Sweetnicks- Food & Life - It's All at Sweetnicks

  • You know on our planet (Earth) we have a salad dressing called bleu cheese that is tasty.

    WTIT: The Blog

  • In addition, he hauled out his neglected waltz (sans lyrics), called "Le beau Danube bleu" for the occasion.

    The Waltz That Defines Vienna

  • I don't much like bleu cheeses, but this one was applied with subtlety.

    A Stinky Job, but...

  • Entrance is free and to tempt the crowds, the first show, "The Color," lives up to its name with, for instance, Yves Klein's "Monochrome Orange" from 1955, Picasso's "Femme en bleu" from 1944 and Olafur Eliasson's 2004 light installation, "Your Concentric Welcome."

    Ladies and Gentlemen... Cirque Pompidou

  • This translated into about 6,500 individual servings in 45 varieties -- everything from zesty lemon and raspberry tarts and individually-wrapped Whoopie pies, to a delectable butternut squash and bleu cheese tart -- in a mere four hours.

    Curtis M. Wong: Bobby Flay-Dubbed 'Pie Town U.S.A.' Celebrates National Pie Day

  • Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 03: 12 AM roses are red, violets are bleu taters are good for me and you. the end. love.

    et patati et patata - French Word-A-Day

  • Drinking Rouge-bleu always reminds me of the ultimately intense joy of those 2+ weeks.

    le moi - French Word-A-Day

  • Then the embroidered lace curtains on the left window and dig those GORGEOUS aqua bleu shutters (ma couleur favorie). the red "boucherie" sign is fun -- I imagine the angled "u" as a grande bouche opening up for the delights that can be found inside ... drools.

    rencontre - French Word-A-Day

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