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Blais Explained

blais at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

[blez]

Blais at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:

French-Canadian novelist and poet. She studied at Laval Univ., Quebec. In two early, dreamlike novels, Mad Shadows (1959) and Tê te blanche (1960), she staked out her territory, working-class people doomed to unrelieved sorrow and grinding poverty. A Season in the Life of Emmanuel (1965) received the Prix Mé dicis and was widely translated and discussed. Later works include The Manuscripts of Pauline Archange (1968, Governor General's Award) and Deaf to the City (1979, Governor General's Award). She has also published poetry collections and several plays.

blais at English (WD) Of Explained:

==Irish==

Pronunciation

* Inter: IPA » bˠlˠaʃ|lang=ga

Etymology

From Inter: etyl » sga|ga Inter: term » mlas|mlasim|lang=sga.

Verb

Inter: ga-verb » pres=blaiseann|fut=blaisfidh|vn=blaiseadh|pp=blasta
  • to taste Inter: gloss » by mouth

    Conjugation

    Inter: ga-conj-1a » b|lai|s|slender|pp=blasta

    Noun

    Inter: head » ga|noun form|g=m

  • Inter: genitive of » blas|lang=ga

    Mutation

    Inter: ga mut cons » b|lais

  • Scottish Gaelic

    Verb

    Inter: head » gd|verb|verbal noun|blasad|or|blasadh
  • taste Inter: gloss » by mouth

    Noun

    Inter: head » gd|noun form|g=m

  • Inter: form of » Genitive|blas|lang=gd