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Brech

Place

Brech is a commune in the Morbihan department of Brittany in northwestern France.

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Google previewTouraine, with Normandy & Brittany (1884)

by Charles Bertram Black

Near Brech is a rocking-stone of considerable size. The town of Auray consists of the parish of St. Gildas, on a hill on the W. side of the loch, and of the parish of St. Goustan, on a hill on the other side. The oldest building is the abandoned ...

Google previewTouraine and Brittany, their Celtic monuments and ancient castles, ocean and sea-bathing stations, places of pilgrimage, the Loire from Orleans to the ocean (1901)

Illustrated by twelve coloured maps and fourteen plans by Charles Bertram Black, Geraldine Edith Mitton

Near Brech is a rocking-stone of considerable size. The town of Auray consists of the parish of St. Gildas, on a hill on the W. side of the loch and of the parish of St. Goustan, on a hill on the other side. The oldest building is the abandoned ...

Google previewKompositionen für hörbaren Raum / Compositions for Audible Space (2015)

Die frühe elektroakustische Musik und ihre Kontexte / The Early Electroacoustic Music and its Contexts by Martha Brech, Ralph Paland, (Hg.|eds.)

Martha Brech is a musicologist ...

Google previewThe Plays (1802)

With the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators, to which are Added Notes. Pericles. King Lear by William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens, Isaac Reed

Brech is a bitdh of the hunting kind. U Noe qnidem hodie had dicimn' de caue soeminea, quz leporem ex odore persequitur. Spelm. Glofl-. in voce Brazca." Dr. Letherland, on the margin of Dr. War-burton's edition, proposed ...

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibit, I. The Origin, Affinities and Primary Signification of English Words, as Far as They Have Been Ascertained. II. The Genuine Orthography and Pronunication of Words, According to General Usage, Or to Just Principles of Analogy. III. Accurate and Discriminating Definitions, with Numerous Authorities and Illustrations. To which are Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History and Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe, and a Concise Grammar of the English Language (1828)

by Noah Webster

brech is a wolf, a wild savage and a badger. BROCKET, n. [See Brock.] A red deer two years old. Bailey writes this brock or brocket. The French write it brocard. | BRO'DEKIN, n. [Fr. brodequin.] A buskin or half ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1832)

Intended to Exhibi ... : in Two Volumes by Noah Webster

brech is a wolf, a wild savage and a badger. BROCKET ...

Google previewAn American Dictionary of the English Language (1841)

First Edition in Octavo, Containing the Whole Vocabulary of the Quarto, with Corrections, Improvements, and Several Thousand Additional Words; to which is Prefixed an Introductory Dissertation ... by Noah Webster

brech is a wolf, a wild savage and a badger. BROCKET, n. [See Brock.]. A red deer two years old. |. writes this brock or brocket . The French write it rocard. BRO'DE-KIN, n. [Fr. brodequin.] A buskin or half boot.

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary (1863)

English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie

brech is a wolf, a wild savage, and a badger. | BROCK/ET, n. [See BRock.] A red deer two years old. Bailey writes this broch, or brocket. The French write it brocard. BROD, v. t. [Islan. brodd, the point of an arrow, a javelin.] To prick, to spur; ...

Google previewThe Imperial Dictionary, English, Technological, and Scientific ... (1859)

by John Ogilvie

brech is a wolf, a wild savage, and a badger. BROCK'ET, n. [See Brock.] A red deer two years old. Bailey writes this broch, or bracket. The French write it brocard. BROD, V. t. [Islan. brodd, the point of an arrow, a javelin.] To prick, to spur; ...

Google previewThe Favorite Pictorial Dictionary Defining and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1882)

Based Upon the Labors and Principles of Webster, and Other Authorities : Containing More Than 30,000 Words

a apfrit Itrom-li (brech), to. a rupture; Breech-loader (brech ' lod-er), distilled from win« or fruit. Brcachy (brech'e), a. liable to n. a fire-arm that receives its Brangle (braug'gn, n. a brawl; break fences; unruly. load at th« breech ...

Google previewEnglish Khasi Dictionary (1988)

Breaoh (brech) n. Ka thliw ; kaba lait ; ka iingiakajia. Bread (bred) «. U ruti ; u kpu ; ka bam. Breadstuff (bred'stuf ) «. Kaei-kaei na kaba la thaw ia u kpu. Breadtli ( bredth) n. Ka pyngkiang. Break (brak) v.t. Pynkhein ; kdiah ; hikai pynjem ; kit ram ...

Google previewThe Pictorial Handy Lexicon (1880)

A Pronouncing Pocket Dictionary of the English Language

Breach, (brech) n. a gap ; Breachy, (brech'e) a. apt to break fences ; unruly. Bread , (bred) n. food made of flour : support of life. Breadstuff, (bred'stuf) n. that of which bread is made. Breadth, (bredth) n. width. Break, (brak) v. t. and t. [pret. broke ...

Google previewThe Popular American Dictionary, on the Basis of Webster, Worcester, Johnson, and the Most Eminent English and American Authorities, [containing Over 32,000 Words ...] (1885)

Breach, (brech) n. a gap ; Breac*iy, (brech'e) a. apt to break fences ; unruly. Bread, (bred) n. food made of flour : support of life. BreadstufT,(bred'Btuf)n. that of which bread is made. Breadth, (bredta) n, width. Break, ibrak) v. t and {. Iprei. broke ...

Google previewThe anti-absurd or phrenotypic English pronouncing & orthographical dictionary (1845)

by Bartłomiej Beniowski

BRAzier braser * BRE \cir brech BREAD bred 13READ-CHIPPPER bredchiper READ corx bred-korn BREADTH bredsh BREAK brak BREAKER braker REAK FAst brekfast BREAKNEck braknek BREAKPRoMISE brakpromise - BREAM brom ...

Google previewA dictionary of the English language, by G. Fulton and G. Knight (1833)

by George Fulton, George Knight (of Edinburgh.)

impudence [quarrel Breach, brech, n. an opening ; gap ; difference ; Bread, bred, n. food made of ground corn Bread-corn, bred'corn, n. corn of which bread is made Breadth, bredtfr, n. the measure from side to side Break, brak, v. to part by ...

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