Balthazar

[given name] Balthazar (also spelled Balthasar, Balthassar, or Baltazar), from Phoenician
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Balthazar

[n] - (new Testament) one of the three sages from the east who cam bearing gifts for the infant Jesus
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Balthazar

Balthasar noun (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus
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balthazar

a large wine bottle holding about 12 liters, 16 times the volume of a regular bottle.
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Balthazar

Balthazar (bălthā'zur) : see Wise Men of the East.
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Balthazar

Balthazar is a merchant in The Comedy of Errors.
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Balthazar

In Christian mythology, Balthazar was one of the three wise men who travelled from the east to pay homage to the baby Jesus.
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Balthazar

A bottle, 12 liters in capacity.
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Balthazar

Oversize bottle of Champagne with a volume of 12 liters and the capacity of 16 standard bottles. The name is derived from Belshazzar (d. 538 BC) from, the last king of the new Babylonia Empire and has nothing to do with one of the "Three Kings". Belshazzar was the son of Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562 BC). According to the Book of Daniel in t...
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Balthazar

Describes an oversized bottle equivalent to 12 to 16 750ml bottles.
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Balthazar

A bottle, 12 liters in capacity.
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Balthazar

[restaurant] London WC2B 5HZ (planned; February 2013) | other-information = | website = www.balthazarny.com }} Balthazar is a French brasserie restaurant located at 80 Spring Street (between Broadway and Crosby Street) in SoHo in Manhattan, in New York City. It opened on April 21, 1997, and is owned by celebrity chef Keith McNally. Two year...
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