There are 2 definitions of Blenheim in English:

Blenheim1

Syllabification: Blen·heim
Pronunciation: /ˈblenəm
 
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A battle in 1704 in Bavaria, near the village of Blindheim, in which the English, under the Duke of Marlborough, defeated the French and the Bavarians. See Marlborough, 1st Duke of.

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There are 2 definitions of Blenheim in English:

Blenheim2

Syllabification: Blen·heim
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈblenəm/

noun

A dog of a small red and white breed of spaniel.
More example sentences
  • The cavalier King Charles spaniel can be found in one of four colors: Blenheim, tricolor, ruby, and black and tan.
  • The next of this charming group to be considered, is the Blenheim Spaniel, with which, its having been the favourite breed of my dear mother, & her mother, I have been more associated than with some of the others.
  • A Blenheim Spot is a spot in the middle of the crown of the head.

Origin

mid 19th century: from the name of Blenheim palace, the Duke of Marlborough's seat in central England, given to the Duke in honor of his victory at Blenheim.

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