brut

[broot; French bryt]

Origin of brut

1890–95; < French: raw; see brute2

Brut

[broot]
noun
  1. any of a number of partly legendary, partly historical chronicles dealing with early English history, written during the Middle Ages and usually beginning with Brutus, the mythic and eponymous ancestor of the country.

Origin of Brut

1300–50; Middle English < Old French < Medieval Latin Brūtus
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brut

adjective
  1. (of champagne) not sweet; dry

Word Origin for brut

C19: from French raw, rough, from Latin brūtus heavy; see brute
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Word Origin and History for brut
adj.

"dry," 1891, used of wines, especially champagnes, from French brut (14c.), literally "raw, crude" (see brute).

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