EnglishEdit

NounEdit

bleeze ‎(plural bleezes)

  1. (Scotland) A blaze.
    • 1995, Alan Warner, Morvern Callar, Vintage 2015, p. 72:
      I'd got a fair bleeze going the night before so's to keep midges at bay.

VerbEdit

bleeze ‎(third-person singular simple present bleezes, present participle bleezing, simple past and past participle bleezed)

  1. (Scotland) To blaze.
    • 1824, The Glasgow mechanics' magazine; and annals of philosophy (page 173)
      [] I arose to a bleezing fire and a boiling kettle []