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Proto-Germanic: *brikan-, *brakjō, *braka-n, *brukōn-, *braxt=
Meaning: shout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *brikan st. `struggle'; brakja f. (jō) `struggle'
Old Norse: brak n. `Krachen, Lärm'; braka wk. `krachen, lärmen'
Norwegian: brak; braka vb.
Swedish: brak; braka vb.
Danish: brag; brage vb.
Old English: breahtm, bearhtm m. `Lärm, Geschrei'; bräclian `krachen, tönen'
Old Saxon: braht m. `Lärm, Geschrei', brahtum `Lärm, lärmende Menge'; brakon `krachen'
Middle Low German: brak m. `Gekräch, Lärm'; braken `krachen'
Old High German: braht (8.Jh.) `Lärm, Geschrei'
Middle High German: brach st. m. 'Gekrach, Lärm'; braht st. m., f. 'Lärm, Geschrei, Prahlerei'
German: Pracht f.
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