Blued (Mac OS X)
blued is the Bluetooth daemon in Mac OS X. It is started by the system and is not interacted with directly by the user. The daemon handles service discovery, link key management and incoming connection acceptance.
Blued may refer to:
- blued (Mac OS X)
- Blued (Danlan)
Blued is a mobile Chinese gay dating application, developed by Danlan and launched in late 2012. The application is now available in Android, iPhone and Windows Phone. It became popular soon after launching. As of November 2014, the application has 15 million users and is valued $300 million, and raised $30 million investments.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Blue \Blue\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Blued; p. pr. & vb. n. Bluing.] To make blue; to dye of a blue color; to make blue by heating, as metals, etc.
vb. (en-past of: blue)
Usage examples of "blued".
It was farther back than it was on to Tarmin, and the night was blued and pale.
She cast through the haze of snow and blued night, picking out what the markers told her was the trail, despite the trackless blanketing of snow.
That was his designated target area, all right, but the legs were as thick as tree trunks and had the dull sheen of blued steel.
The windows were clean, but the panes were blued with age, except for the handful that had been replaced.
Myrmidons, all in their blued armor, stood on the steps leading up to the Vault, but they faced westward, looking down upon the polished redstone plaza beneath those steps.
Beside each blue leather form stood a rider, wearing the blued armor that had not been seen in Corus since the Cataclysm.
The red-limned beam of light sliced evenly through the nomad, cutting through the blued armor on his chest as if it had been blue-silver cotton.
Yellow-stained bibs and tiny fuzzy jumpers blued from bleaching, a much-nibbled stuffed dog that she had no memory of whatsoever.
It was made of blued ironnot copper or bronze, as might have been expected from its obvious age.
Walnut stock, dark blued metal, a black shoulder guard, a high-riding telescopic sight.