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Balthazar

(bălthā`zər): see Wise Men of the EastWise Men of the East,
 Magi,
or Three Kings,
men who came from the East to adore the newborn Jesus. Mat. 2. They were the first to tell Herod of the birth. A star (the Star of Bethlehem) had been a sign for them.
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Balthazar

one of the Magi, the others being Caspar and Melchior
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