noun, plural bra·vas.
Origin of brava
Examples from the Web for brava
La Brava claims to have invented the classic Patatas Bravas, a spicy, addictive dish of fried potatoes smothered in Brava sauce.
This again extorted enthusiastic applause from the sovereign, and when, while he was still shouting "Brava!"Barbara Blomberg, Complete|Georg Ebers
As an individual I am fond of a notion of cayenne to existence, and only clapped hands, or cried, brava!Los Gringos|H. A. (Henry Agustus) Wise
When they did effect a landing on Brava, they were soaked by the tropical autumnal rains of early October.Raleigh|Edmund Gosse
Affections of the lungs are healed by residence at Bariwa or Brava, and also on the mainland.
The fleet sailed from Brava on the 15th September, and on the 22d a signal was made from the admiral for the other captains.