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Proto-Germanic: *brausian-, *brūsian-, *bráusmō, *brauskia-, etc.
Meaning: break
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: breysk-r `spröde, zerblechlich'
Norwegian: dial. bröysk
Old Swedish: brösker
Old English: briesan, brǖsan `zerbrechen (tr.), zerschlagen', brosnian `stuk gaan'
English: bruise
Old Saxon: brō̆sma f., brō̆smo m. `kruimel, brokje'
Middle Dutch: broosc `breekbar, bros, zwak van karakter'; brōsem(e)
Dutch: broos; brosem f.
Middle Low German: brōs(e)me f.?; brōsch `bros'
Old High German: brōs(a)ma f. (8.Jh.) `Brosame, Krume, Bröckchen'
Middle High German: brō̆sem, brō̆seme, brō̆sme st./wk. f. `Brosame, Krume, Bröckchen'
German: Brosame f., Brosamen m.; dial. brusch
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