noun Russian Cookery.
Origin of blin
Definition for blin (2 of 3)
or blin·is, blin·y
plural noun, singular blin. Russian Cookery.
Origin of blini
Definition for blin (3 of 3)
plural noun, singular blin.
Examples from the Web for blin
Then she had ordered Blin to clean it, which the latter did, scrubbing it out with sand and ashes.She Stands Accused|Victor MacClure
Aunt Blin gave a fresh grip with her elbow against Bartholomew's sides, and went on with unabated faith,—unhurried calmness.
Sneakin' coppers out've a blin' man's bowl 'd be more in his line o' country, I reckon.Jan|A. J. Dawson
Miss Blin knew it perfectly well without being told; but she wouldn't have pretended that she did, for all the world.
De little cullud chillun' ud play 'Blin' Man', 'Hidin'', an' jus' whatever come to han'.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration