the first sprouts or shoots of grass, corn, or other crops; new growth.
(of a crop or a seed) to sprout; appear above the ground.
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How to use braird in a sentence
Somewhere about twelve days after the sowing the shoots appear above ground, when the “braird” is about four inches high.The Khedive's Country | George Manville Fenn
The bone-dust secures a good and quick braird of the plant, and the dung supports it powerfully afterwards.
The standing bush keeps frost off the braird, which could not look better.The Narrative of Gordon Sellar Who Emigrated to Canada in 1825 | Gordon Sellar