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a native or inhabitant of Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania.
Historical Examples

Balt Haer, who had obviously already had a few, looked at him dourly.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

“I should say not,” said Balt Finn, the driver of the touring-car.
Motor Matt’s Clue Stanley R. Matthews

Joe Mauser avoided the haughty stare of young Balt Haer and addressed himself to the older man.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

Balt Haer had been looking back and forth between his father and the newcomer and becoming obviously more puzzled.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

Joe hadn’t heard of it, however, he had little sympathy for Balt Haer, nor interest in him.
Frigid Fracas Dallas McCord Reynolds

“Of course, captain,” Balt Haer flicked his swagger stick against his leg.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

She had basic features similar to those of that overbred poppycock, Balt Haer.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

In all there were four others in the office, two women clerks fluttering away at typers, and two of Balt Haer’s junior officers.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

“The captain probably didn’t realize that,” Balt Haer snorted.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

He kept his voice level however, even under the chuckling scorn of his immediate superior, Balt Haer.
Mercenary Dallas McCord Reynolds

a member of any of the Baltic-speaking peoples of the Baltic States

1878, from Late Latin Balthae (see Baltic).


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