Bres

or Bress

[ bres ]

nounIrish Legend.
  1. a Fomorian king of Ireland, whose unpopular rule led to the expulsion of the Fomorians by the Tuatha De Danann.

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How to use Bres in a sentence

  • Bres Gawd, I believes hes fronted kase he lef outen de copration.

    Three Little Women | Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • Then they asked was any one among them a good hand with the sword, and they said Bres was the best.

    Gods and Fighting Men | Lady I. A. Gregory
  • Then Bres said: "If you spare me, the men of Ireland will reap a harvest of corn every quarter."

    Gods and Fighting Men | Lady I. A. Gregory
  • And she brought out the ring then to Bres, and he put it round his middle finger, and it fitted him well.

    Gods and Fighting Men | Lady I. A. Gregory
  • And that seemed folly to Bres; he thought the Dagda would have asked more than a heifer of him.

    Gods and Fighting Men | Lady I. A. Gregory