noun, plural bra·zas [brah-thahs, -sahs] /ˈbrɑ θɑs, -sɑs/.
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Example sentences from the Web for braza
Banana leaves, which are one braza long and one-half braza wide, serve them as napkins.
The braza is called dipa; that of the city is of sixty points, into which the six feet contained in it are divided.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 - Volume 40 of 55|Francisco Colin
This bird lays its eggs in the sand, a braza deep, at the edge of the water.
I embarked in it; it must have been more than one braza long.
The bar of the river is not more than one braza deep; and its coast thereabout, for more than twenty leagues, is very forbidding.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803|E.H. Blair