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bree

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brie

/ (briː) /
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noun
Scot broth, stock, or juice
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Word Origin for bree

Old English brīg, variant of brīw pottage; related to Old High German brīo soup, Old English brīwan to cook, Middle Irish brēo flame

British Dictionary definitions for bree (2 of 2)

bree2
/ (briː) /

noun
a Scot word for brunt

Word Origin for bree

C19: perhaps from earlier bree brow
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