branny

[ bran-ee ]
/ ˈbræn i /

adjective, bran·ni·er, bran·ni·est.

of, containing, or like bran.

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Origin of branny

First recorded in 1525–35; bran + -y1
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Medical definitions for branny

branny
[ brănē ]

adj.

Resembling broken layers of small husklike scales.
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