Origin of bice
Examples from the Web for bice
Apologizing to the BICE is a little bit like preaching to the church choir.Why Pope Francis’s Apology Isn’t Good Enough for Sex Abuse Victims|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Meanwhile Bice had all the enjoyment, without any of the drawbacks of this new life.
Bice, still standing close to the glass, examining critically her cheek which she pinched, answered with a laugh.
Bice gave him a smile like one of the Contessa's smiles, which said everything that was needful without giving her any trouble.
Langhetti wished to search after his "Bice;" Despard wished to find those whom his dead father had denounced to him.Cord and Creese|James de Mille
Bice was herself not much more than a child; to her all things were possible—miracles, restorations from the dead.
British Dictionary definitions for bice
Word Origin for bice
Word Origin and History for bice
"pale blue color," early 15c., shortened from blew bis "blue bice," from French bis "swarthy, brownish-gray" (12c.), cognate with Italian bigio; of unknown origin. Via French combinations azur bis, vert bis the word came into English with a sense of "blue" or "green."