Balt

[bawlt]

Balt.

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Historical Examples of balt

  • "The captain probably didn't realize that," Balt Haer snorted.

    Mercenary

    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • Balt Haer, who had obviously already had a few, looked at him dourly.

    Mercenary

    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • "I should say not," said Balt Finn, the driver of the touring-car.

    Motor Matt's Clue

    Stanley R. Matthews

  • Possibly for the same reason mercenaries usually enlist for a fracas, Balt.

    Mercenary

    Dallas McCord Reynolds

  • Evidently, the foppish Balt Haer had no illusions about the spot his father had got the family corporation into.

    Mercenary

    Dallas McCord Reynolds


British Dictionary definitions for balt

Balt

noun
  1. a member of any of the Baltic-speaking peoples of the Baltic States
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Word Origin and History for balt

Balt

n.

1878, from Late Latin Balthae (see Baltic).

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