[ bey-muh, boh-; German bœ-muh ]
/ ˈbeɪ mə, ˈboʊ-; German ˈbœ mə /
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Ja·kob [yah-kawp], /ˈyɑ kɔp/, 1575–1624, German theosophist and mystic.
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Words nearby Böhme
Bohemian Forest, Bohemianism, Bohemond I, Bohlen, Böhm, Böhme, Böhmerwald, Böhm flute, boho, Bohol, Bohr
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How to use Böhme in a sentence
La Bohme galante, though younger and less known artists were at its command, placed art upon her proper pedestal.
This is a significant change of attitude from the days of la Bohme galante, which was one of the centres of Paris.
Mrs. Fane asked if he would care to go to the Opera in the evening: and they went to Bohme.Sinister Street, vol. 2|Compton Mackenzie
Belden walked toward the shelf where the "Scnes de la Vie de Bohme" had its place.Cape of Storms|Percival Pollard
The rest were visitors, but they alone were the true dwellers in la Bohme galante.
British Dictionary definitions for Böhme
/ (German ˈbøːmə) /
Jakob (ˈjaːkɔp). 1575–1624, German mystic
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