Casper, Melchior, and Balthazar “presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh.”
Will breakfast at Balthazar bring sudden revelations about Millennials and Gen Xers and their taste in wheels?
Balthazar had given us eight crowns; there was one remaining of the common fund.
They had gained one of the roofless halls, when he encountered Balthazar.
Little by little Balthazar's eyes lost their fire and took the glaucous opaque tint which overspreads the eyes of old men.
As a matter of fact the children are those of Balthazar Gerbier.
Thus Balthazar obtained from William's charity what Parma's thrift had denied—a fund for carrying out his purpose.
I have been made ridiculous by your measly little Balthazar—who should have been a man, sir!
Then she knocked gently on the door of communication, to assure herself that Balthazar had not fallen into abstraction.
Moreover, there was Balthazar's prediction that he was to be happy with her for long years.
masc. proper name, from French, from Latin, from Greek Baltasar, from Hebrew Belteshatztzar (Dan. x:1), from Babylonian Balat-shar-usur, literally "save the life of the king."