(Entry 1 of 2) Scottish. : eyebrow, brow.
bree (plural brees)
bree m (genitive singular [please provide], plural [please provide])
|Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.|
What does BRI mean in Scottish Gaelic?
bree (plural brees) (obsolete or dialectal, Scotland) The eyelid. (obsolete or dialectal, Scotland) The eyebrow. (Scotland) The brow; forehead.
What does BRI mean in Outlander?
†BREE, n. 5. Disturbance, commotion, confusion. Abd. 1790 A.
What does Brea mean in Scotland?
Etymology. Brae is the Lowland Scots word for the slope or brow of a hill. The word ‘Brae’ in Shetland dialect has a different meaning; it may come from the Old Norse word breiðr meaning broad.
Is Bree a Scottish name?
Bree is a girl’s name of Irish origin and comes from the traditional Irish names Bríghe and Brigid. Meaning “noble” and “power,” this regal name has deep roots and entices parents with its simple style and captivating connotations.