- bless you
- (God) bless you
may you have good health.
“The road just stops and — ah-choo!” “Bless you.” “Thank you.”Usage notes: said to someone who has just sneezed
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Bless you — is a common English expression addressed to a person after they sneeze. The origin of the custom and its original purpose are unknown. In current practice, it is a socially recommended response.Origins and legendsSeveral possible origins are… … Wikipedia
bless you! — 1. For God bless you!, used superstitiously to someone who has just sneezed 2. An expression of gratitude or affection • • • Main Entry: ↑bless * * * said to a person who has just sneezed Origin: from the phrase (may) God bless you … Useful english dictionary
bless you! — ► bless you! said to a person who has just sneezed. Main Entry: ↑bless … English terms dictionary
bless you! — said to a person who has just sneezed. [from the phr. (may) God bless you.] → bless … English new terms dictionary
bless you — spoken 1) used when you want to thank someone Oh bless you, I d love a cup of tea. 2) used when someone has sneezed … English dictionary
bless you — interjection a) Short for (may) God bless you: said as a short prayer for the recipient. b) Said to someone who has just sneezed, as a polite remark … Wiktionary
bless you! — Gesundheit! (said after someone sneezes) … English contemporary dictionary
bless you! — 1. Emph. form of thanks. 2. Traditional (and meaningless) response to someone who sneezes … A concise dictionary of English slang
BLESS YOU — … Useful english dictionary
Bless You (Martha and the Vandellas song) — Infobox Single Name = Bless You Artist = Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Album = Black Magic B side = Hope I Don t Get My Heart Broke Released = September 1971 Recorded = Hitsville USA, Detroit, Michigan Hitsville West, Los Angeles, California,… … Wikipedia