In one, however, from bla weweritza has been made bla dewitza, a fair or beautiful maid.
I telt ye the wind was shiftin' its airt, an' that ye wad ha'e a bla' doon.
T is money they want and place they want, most o' them bla'guard b'ys in the siminary. '
Kassa was created a town and granted special privileges by bla IV.
One transcriber has bla; most of the rest add wkscha, wkschitza or weweritza, as if bla were the adjective white.
bla´tant Beast (The), the personification of slander or public opinion.
bla Szkely (Centre): It seems to me to be merely a dispute about a word which the previous speaker has attempted to settle.