blest

[ blest ]
/ blɛst /

verb

a simple past tense and past participle of bless.

adjective

Definition for blest (2 of 2)

bless

[ bles ]
/ blɛs /

verb (used with object), blessed or blest, bless·ing.

Origin of bless

before 950; Middle English blessen, Old English blētsian, blēdsian to consecrate, orig. with blood, earlier *blōdisōian (blōd blood + -isō- derivational suffix + -ian v. suffix)
Related formsbless·er, nounbless·ing·ly, adverbout·bless, verb (used with object), out·blessed or out·blest, out·bles·sing.pre·bless, verb (used with object)
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British Dictionary definitions for blest (1 of 2)

blest

/ (blɛst) /

verb

a past tense and past participle of bless

British Dictionary definitions for blest (2 of 2)

bless

/ (blɛs) /

verb blesses, blessing, blessed or blest (tr)

Word Origin for bless

Old English blǣdsian to sprinkle with sacrificial blood; related to blōd blood
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