branny

[bran-ee]

adjective, bran·ni·er, bran·ni·est.

of, containing, or like bran.

Nearby words

  1. branhamella,
  2. brank,
  3. branks,
  4. branle,
  5. brannigan,
  6. branson,
  7. brant,
  8. brant, joseph,
  9. brantford,
  10. branting

Origin of branny

First recorded in 1525–35; bran + -y1

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Medicine definitions for branny

branny

[brănē]

adj.

Resembling broken layers of small husklike scales.

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