Definitions for balefireˈbeɪlˌfaɪər

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bale•fireˈbeɪlˌfaɪər(n.)

  1. a large outdoor fire; bonfire.

Origin of balefire:

1400–50; late ME bal(e)fir, with ME bale bonfire < ON bāl funeral pyre, c. OE bǣl

Princeton's WordNet

  1. bonfire, balefire(noun)

    a large outdoor fire that is lighted as a signal or in celebration

Wiktionary

  1. balefire(Noun)

    an outdoor fire, such as pyre, bonfire, signal fire, asf.

  2. Origin: From bœlfyr, related to bœl and fyr

Webster Dictionary

  1. Balefire(noun)

    a signal fire; an alarm fire

Freebase

  1. Balefire

    Balefire, in the world of the Wheel of Time, is a weapon created with the One Power or the True Power, described as a blindingly bright beam of "liquid light" immediately annihilating almost anything it touches.

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