Associations to the word «Bless»
BLESS, verb. To make something blessed; to confer blessing upon.
BLESS, verb. To make the sign of the cross upon; to cross (oneself).
BLESS, verb. To praise, or glorify; to extol for excellences.
BLESS, verb. To esteem or account happy; to felicitate.
BLESS, verb. (obsolete) To wave; to brandish.
BLESS, verb. (Perl programming) (transitive) (past tense only blessed) To turn (a reference) into an object.
BLESS, verb. (archaic) To secure, defend, or preserve from.
BLESS, interjection. (UK) (informal) Used as an expression of endearment, or (ironically) belittlement.
BLESS ME, interjection. Exclamation of surprise.
BLESS MY SOUL, interjection. Exclamation of surprise.
BLESS ONESELF, verb. To make the sign of the cross
BLESS US, interjection. Exclamation of surprise.
BLESS YOU, interjection. Short for (may) God bless you: said as a short prayer for the recipient.
BLESS YOU, interjection. (idiomatic) Said to someone who has just sneezed, as a polite remark.
BLESS, verb. Give a benediction to; "The dying man blessed his son".
BLESS, verb. Confer prosperity or happiness on.
BLESS, verb. Make the sign of the cross over someone in order to call on God for protection; consecrate.
BLESS, verb. Render holy by means of religious rites.
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