We had lice, boils and blains, and flies—particularly and perpetually, flies.
The ashes of the furnace became a small dust in all the land of Egypt, breaking forth with blains upon man and beast.
Did two handfuls of ashes literally become the blains upon the bodies of all the Egyptians?
Our commentator attempts to account for the sixth plague of boils and blains with equal ingenuity.
Besides these, there were the tokens (specially limited in meaning to livid spots on the skin), carbuncles and blains.
Blains are a kind of diminutive carbuncle, but are not so hard, black, and fiery; sometimes there is a little core in them.
After "all the cattle" were dead, a boil was sent, breaking forth with blains upon man and beast.
Besides, I wait only until I am healed of my blains and thorns, and my shoulder is quite whole again.