a brat or spoiled child
And then the same squire that brought the letter and the brachet came again unto Sir Tristram, as after ye shall hear in the tale.
Afore him passed the boar with the brachet close upon its track.
Father brachet, smiling, watched them start up the long trail.
The brachet will be guide to any knight who may undertake the adventure.
The fallen knight quickly rose, took up the brachet in his arms, and left the hall.
The brachet was white as snow, and smoother than any ermine.
Also call Sir Tor, for to him must be assigned the adventure of the knight and the brachet.
Ye shall say by the knight that went in the quest of the knight that went with the brachet.
Then the queen departed, but do what she would the brachet would not follow her, but kept with the sick knight.
brachet was of the same opinion as Briquet, and so considered it rare.