Böhme

[bey-muh, boh-; German bœ-muh]
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noun

Ja·kob [yah-kawp] /ˈyɑ kɔp/, 1575–1624, German theosophist and mystic.

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Examples from the Web for bohme

Historical Examples of bohme

  • I remember the night we heard "Bohme" from the gallery of the Opra Comique.

    The Harbor

    Ernest Poole

  • The rest were visitors, but they alone were the true dwellers in la Bohme galante.

    Vie de Bohme

    Orlo Williams

  • We are already so late, and I cant bear to miss a note of Bohme.

    The Angel of Pain

    E. F. Benson

  • However, "Madame Butterfly" and "Bohme" were never given to my knowledge.

    Germany in War Time

    Mary Ethel McAuley

  • This was the break with well-ordered life and the sign-post which showed him the way into the Bohme.

    Paul Verlaine

    Stefan Zweig


British Dictionary definitions for bohme

Böhme

Boehme Bhm

noun

Jakob (ˈjaːkɔp). 1575–1624, German mystic
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