A canticle (the Latin version of which starts with this term) which might be found in the order for morning prayer in Church of The united kingdomt. Its obtained from an apocryphal addition towards the third section of Daniel.
The canticle or hymn beginning in Latin “Benedicite omnia opera Domini,” plus in English “O all ye works associated with the Lord, bless ye the father,” obtained from “The tune regarding the Three Holy Children” forming an element of the Apocrypha into the English Bible.
A musical setting with this canticle.
[lowercase] An invocation of a blessing, specially a blessing before a repast, since said in religious communities, etc., responding to towards the elegance or thanksgiving after it.
Pre-owned interjectionally: Bless you! revealing a wish.
Bless united states! bless myself! articulating shock.