Blyth is the name of various cities, rivers, people and a corporation:

Places in England

* Blyth, Northumberland, a town in Northumberland, England
* Blyth, Nottinghamshire, a village in England
* Blyth, Suffolk, a village in England
* River Blyth, Northumberland, England
* River Blyth, Suffolk, England

Other places

* Blyth, South Australia, a small town in Australia
* Blyth, Ontario, a village in Ontario, Canada


* Ann Blyth (born 1928), American actress
* Sir Arthur Blyth (1823 - 1890), thrice Premier of South Australia
* Benjamin Blyth (1819-1866), Scottish civil engineer
* Benjamin Blyth II (1849-1917), son of the above, also a civil engineer
* Chay Blyth (born 1940), Scottish yachtsman
* Edward Blyth (1810 - 1873), the biologist abbreviated "Blyth" in taxonomic references.
* James Blyth, 1st Baron Blyth (1841 - 1925), British businessman
* Sir James Blyth, Baron Blyth of Rowington (1940-), British businessman
* R. H. Blyth (1898 - 1964), English translator of and writer about "haiku", and interpreter to the West of Asian culture


* Baron Blyth, title in the UK peerage
* Blyth, Inc., a personal goods manufacturing and distribution company

See also


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  • Blyth — ist der Name folgender Orte: Blyth (Northumberland), Kleinstadt in Northumberland, England Blyth (Nottinghamshire), Dorf in Nottinghamshire, England Blyth (Suffolk), Dorf in Suffolk, England Blyth (South Australia), Kleinstadt in South Australia …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Blyth — (spr. Bleiht), 1) Küstenfluß in der englischen Grafschaft Northumberland; 2) (Blyth Rook), Stadt in Northumberland, an der Mündung des Vorigen; kleiner Hafen, Handel mit Salz u. Steinkohlen; 2000 Ew.; 3) Küstenfluß in der englischen Grafschaft… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Blyth — (spr. blaith), Hafenstadt in Northumberland (England), an der Mündung des Blyth, hat eine schöne Kirche der ehemaligen Benediktinerabtei (11. Jahrh.), Schiffswerften, Sägemühlen, bedeutende Kohlenausfuhr (1900: 3 Mill. Ton., besonders nach… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Blyth — (blī, blīth) A municipal borough of northeast England on the North Sea at the mouth of the Blyth River. It is an industrial center and a seaport. Population: 78,200. * * * …   Universalium

  • Blyth —   [blaɪθ],    1) Benediktinerkloster in der County Nottinghamshire (England), 1088 gegründet. Von der Klosterkirche ist nur noch das siebenjochige Langhaus erhalten; in den Seitenschiffarkaden romanische Blattkapitelle.    2) Stadt in der County… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Blyth — (spr. bleith), Hafenstadt in der engl. Grafsch. Northumberland, (1901) 25.473 E …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Blyth — This ancient Scottish name is of locational origin, from the old barony of Blyth in the lordship of Lauderdale, in what is now the Borders region. The place was originally named from the Old English pre 7th Century blithe , merry, cheerful,… …   Surnames reference

  • Blyth — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Ann Blyth (1928 ), actrice américaine. Anna Blyth (1988 ), coureuse cycliste britannique. Blyth Tait, cavalier de concours complet d équitation, médaillé… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Blyth — Original name in latin Blyth Name in other language Blit, Blyth, Blyth i Northumberland, Blythe, Блит State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 55.12708 latitude 1.50856 altitude 5 Population 36355 Date 2011 07 31 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • blyth — Outrageously cool, above and beyond the normal variations of cool...such as ultracool,supercool, and mega cool. The most blyth thing ive done in my life was tandem base jump naked off of Angel Falls …   Dictionary of american slang

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