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Brusy is a town located in the Polish Pomeranian Voivodeship. It became a town in 1988.
- also known as 布魯瑟
- part of Pomeranian Voivodeship, Chojnice County, Gmina Brusy, Poland
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by J.B. Dimbleby
bristle Bamm, hunting, branding Вши, befristh Вити, brush-Drk Baar, breezy, brusy BM, brut, brute, baronet, cbrîcly, bruit, bright BMD, швец Вити. birtb , bmatb, breathe, broth Bru-nu», туп-Ниш, Ъмцшеп BETER', burtlwn Ваше, ...
by Francis Katamba
Brusy, Brasy, Plasy, Sasy, Plazy. Prusy, being an archaism, has only -ich. In Rakousy -ich is established, in Tyroly -ich it may be preferred for a historiciz- ing effect. In speaking PPl.-Nn., the common-noun form usually prevails: Hriby -ech, ...
by James Leslie (of Edinburgh.)
Bowery, brusy, temperate, dispassionate, equanimous ; cool vapour or gale, aura ; cool and shady walks, bowers, &c. frescades; to walk in the cool air, to walk in fresco. (See cold) COOLNESS. s. Fraicheur, fresco, (See cool and cold.) COPIER .
by Thomas Wright
Brusy. Begone! Beds. Brute, s. (Fr.) Rough. Brutel, adj. Brittle. Bruts, »□ Old clothes. North. Brutte, v. To browse. South. Bruttle, adj. Wild ; furious. Bruzz, v. To blunt. Yortsh. Bruzzled, adj. (1) Over-roasted. North. (2) Bruised. Bry, «. A kind of tart.
In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by Whom They are Used, Or the Titles of the Works in which They Occur, and Derived from Their Originals by John Jamieson
brusy, calida coctio, from bruog-a, coquere. BREE, s. Hurry ...
bresi, bresis, brusy, brussy, berzi (ML. brisiacum).
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
bresi, bresis, brusy, brassy, bcrzi (ML. brisiacuni).
by Václav Emanuel Mourek
lehké pivo ; — book, tobolka; — clock, etojató hodiny; — cloth, ubrus; — diamond, plochy démant; — fork, vi- dlicka; — knife, nñz nastftl; — land, vysocina; — Unen, stolní prádlo (u- brusy a ubrousky); — man, ...
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
bresis, brusy, brussy, berei (ML. brisiacum). The form berzi was 667 =OIt."verzi (inverzino), prob. (Ar. warst, adj., breach Tongs with broad flat jaws, used in brazing. See orange color, orig, one produced by a plant that grows only in Yemen.
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Scrabble value of B3R1U1S1Y4
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