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King James Dictionary [1]

Blame, The Greeks have the root of this word, to blaspheme.

1. To censure to express disapprobation of to find fault with opposed to praise or commend, and applicable most properly to persons, but applied also to things.

I withstood him, because he was to be blamed.  Galatians 2

I must blame your conduct or I must blame you for neglecting business. Legitimately, it cannot be followed by of.

2. To bring reproach upon to blemish to injure. See Blemish.

She had blamed her noble blood.

Blame, n. Censure reprehension imputation of a fault disapprobation an expression of disapprobation for something deemed to be wrong.

Let me bear the blame forever.  Genesis 43

1. Fault crime sin that which is deserving of censure or disapprobation.

That we should be holy and without blame before him in love. Eph.i.

2. Hurt injury.

And glancing down his shield, from blame him fairly blest.

The sense of this word, as used by Spenser, proves that it is a derivative from the root of blemish.

To blame, in the phrase,he is to blame, signifies blamable, to be blamed.

Blame is not strictly a charge or accusation of a fault but it implies an opinion in the censuring party, that the person censured is faulty. Blame is the act or expression of disapprobation for what is supposed to be wrong.

Webster's Dictionary [2]

(1): (v.) An expression of disapprobation fir something deemed to be wrong; imputation of fault; censure.

(2): (v. t.) To bring reproach upon; to blemish.

(3): (v.) Hurt; injury.

(4): (v.) That which is deserving of censure or disapprobation; culpability; fault; crime; sin.

(5): (v. t.) To censure; to express disapprobation of; to find fault with; to reproach.