[ bawlt ]

  1. a native or inhabitant of Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania.

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Other definitions for Balt. (2 of 2)


  1. Baltic. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Balt in a sentence

  • They seemed only mildly interested in the conversation between Balt and Joe.

    Mercenary | Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • The same tree is common in some parts of Affghanistan, where it is called Balt.

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

    Motor Matt's Clue | Stanley R. Matthews
  • Baron Balt Haer, wearing a colonel's uniform and flicking his swagger stick along his booted leg, stood in the doorway.

    Frigid Fracas | Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • Balt said nastily, "I am astonished that you persist in bringing members of the lower orders into my home, Nadine."

    Frigid Fracas | Dallas McCord Reynolds

British Dictionary definitions for Balt


/ (bɔːlt) /

  1. a member of any of the Baltic-speaking peoples of the Baltic States

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