- HectorToe, 1912–1995, Canadian ice hockey player and coach.
- James HubertEubie, 1883–1983, U.S. jazz pianist and composer.
- Robert,1599–1657, British admiral.
- William,1757–1827, English poet, engraver, and painter.
- a male or female given name.
Examples from the Web for blake
Contemporary Examples of blake
We can give Blake just a few minutes between the two, then have things go wrong.
Blake escapes from the Scrubs, hides out near the prison, and then makes his way across Europe to Moscow.
If Blake is to make his escape at dusk, what time does the sun set?
Lehman's script began after the jailbreak, focusing on the hero of the picture, an American who pursues Blake.
And truly, Blake Lively and your fellow band of woodland sprites with spreadsheets, that is fine.Blake Lively Gets Her GOOP On
July 23, 2014
Historical Examples of blake
Old Blake won't be hard to throw—I know him, and so does Chip.
She remembered what Weary had told her—that "Old Blake won't be hard to throw."
Old Blake would give him work on his ranch over there, that was a cinch.
It was Blake in that ship, and he was alive—or had been—for he had cut his motor.
"Gas-tight uniforms and our own supplies of oxygen," Blake supplemented.
- Sir Peter . born 1932, British painter, a leading exponent of pop art in the 1960s: co-founder of the Brotherhood of Ruralists (1969)
- Sir Quentin (Saxby). born 1932, British artist, illustrator, and children's writer; noted esp for his illustrations to books by Roald Dahl
- Robert . 1599–1657, English admiral, who commanded Cromwell's fleet against the Royalists, the Dutch, and the Spanish
- William . 1757–1827, English poet, painter, engraver, and mystic. His literary works include Songs of Innocence (1789) and Songs of Experience (1794), The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1793), and Jerusalem (1820). His chief works in the visual arts include engravings of a visionary nature, such as the illustrations for The Book of Job (1826), for Dante's poems, and for his own Prophetic Books (1783–1804)