Blaise Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Blaise:
Borrowed from the French, Blaise is of uncertain etymology. Some believe it is derived from the Latin Blaesus, which is from blaesus (deformed, stuttering). Var: Blaize, Blayze, Blaze.
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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I absolutely love this name for a boy. It is a popular French boy's name. I always thought that the ONLY name suitable for a boy who happens to be born on the 4th of July in the US should be named Julian Blaise.
Isabel and Blaise are anagrams of each other; they contain the same letters.
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I have a close cousin named Blaize and it's perfect on him! He does get teases 'being ablaze' and 'blazing up' but he doesn't care, he likes his name.
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- Meanings and history of the name Blaise
Meaning: Lisp, stutter
- Famous real-life people named Blaise
St. Blaise, Patron of those with illness in the throat, he is also the patron saint of wild animals because of his care for them.
Blaise Pascal was a brilliant 17th-century child prodigy, mathematician, scientist, and philosopher; he invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press
Blaise Ray Brown (b. 2009), son of American swimmer Amanda Beard
- Blaise in song, story & screen
Blaise Zabini is a character from Slytherin House in J.K. Rowling's popular Harry Potter books.