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Brigit

[brij-it; especially for 1, 2 also bree-it] /ˈbrɪdʒ ɪt; especially for 1, 2 also ˈbri ɪt/
noun
1.
Irish Mythology. a goddess of fire, fertility, agriculture, household arts, and wisdom, later associated with St. Brigid.
2.
Saint, Saint Brigid.
3.
a female given name.
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  • Brigit threw a question over her shoulder to the floating mist of gold.

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  • I said encouragingly, and Brigit smiled gayly at me; but Monny was looking at Fenton.

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  • I felt she was going to hint to him that I was in love with Monny—hint to Brigit also.

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  • Robert and Brigit were silent with happiness on their way to Southampton.

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  • These were the things which engraved themselves on Brigit's mind.

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  • Brigit could have described the scene, but her emotions did not seem to her, emotions.

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  • Brigit made the tea, following the English custom taught her by Pense.

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  • “Yes,” replied Brigit, with a slight note of irony in her musical voice.

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  • When they met in the morning, Brigit seemed to have aged by ten years.

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  • She held Brigit's hand, and exchanged a long glance with Father Foster.

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