Blue-coat School

Blue-coat School, a name given to Christ's Hospital, London, founded in the reign of Edward VI., from the blue coats worn by the boys.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Blue-books * Blue-gown
Bloody Bones
Bloody Statute
Bloomfleld, Robert
Blount, Charles
Blowpipe
Blücher
Blue Mountains
Blue Nose
Bluebeard
Blue-books
Blue-coat School
Blue-gown
Blue-stocking
Bluff Hal
Blum
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich
Blumenthal, Leonard von
Blumi`ne
Blunt, John Henry
Bluntschli, Johann Kaspar
Boabdil