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Alternative clues for the word balt
Word definitions for balt in dictionaries
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1878, from Late Latin Balthae (see Baltic ).
Usage examples of balt.
Thus while the busy dame bustled about the house or plied her spinning-wheel at one end of the piazza, honest Balt would sit smoking his evening pipe at the other, watching the achievements of a little wooden warrior who, armed with a sword in each hand, was most valiantly fighting the wind on the pinnacle of the barn.
With speed born of exhilaration and more than a touch of fear, Artus rolled away from Balt and jumped to his feet.
The dinosaur-hide armor protected Balt from the blade, but not the push backward.
A handful found a rope ladder and were in the process of rescuing Balt and the unconscious guard from the muddy pen.
She handed the book to Balt, who unceremoniously heaved it into the pit.
The explorer locked eyes with Kaverin, who was being held by Balt and ten of his warriors.
At her side was Balt, the leader of the Batiri warriors and her consort.
When not a single warrior lifted a spear or bow against the intruders, she called for Balt to whip the soldiers into line.
Council of the Vani greets Vilheim, son of Balt, and his female companion.
Elite, led by Lin Dixon, combed the villages of Hul, Rhinea, Balt and Jost to the south and west of Boreas, going door to door, barn to barn, field to field, pond to pond.
Beside Craig two men who had been talking quietly together in an incomprehensible language-they were northerners, definitely, judging from their heavy blunt features, white faces, fairish hair: Balts or Poles, perhaps Czechs?
Our Balts, for example, are known for their honesty and punctiliousness, so they constitute most of our estate managers, accountants, clerks.
If the victims of the pogrom had been Laplanders, Cossacks, Balts, or Ukrainians, it would have passed unnoticed by Washington.
Scandinavian wares attracted foreigners from many lands: Frisians, Anglo-Saxons, Germans, Balts, Greeks, and Orientals.
Slavs and Poles, Balkans, Balts, then finally even the French and Spanish until the entire German world is populated solely with Aryans.