Word Origin for blet
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How to use blet in a sentence
Drib′bler; Drib′let, Drib′blet, a small drop: a small quantity.
Rights of the high, low and middle courts of justice over the entire territory of Blet and other villages, Brosses and Jalay.
No slaughter-house at Blet, and yet "during the harvesting of each year about twelve head of cattle are slaughtered."
Right of toll on all merchandise and provisions passing through the town of Blet, except grain, flour and vegetables.
Formerly the seignior of Blet enforced, in this case, the right of redemption which has been allowed to fall into desuetude.