From Middle English bloren, variation of bleren, blaren, from Old English *blǣran, blārian (“to blare, bellow, cry”). More at blare.
blore (third-person singular simple present blores, present participle bloring, simple past and past participle blored)
- (archaic, dialectal) To cry; cry out; weep.
- (archaic, dialectal) To bray; bleat like an animal; bellow.
Perhaps from blore above, a variant of blare, affected by blow. Compare also Gaelic and Irish blor (“a loud noise”).
blore (plural blores)
- (obsolete) The act of blowing; a roaring wind; a blast.
- A most tempestuous blore.