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Proto-Germanic: *brimō(n), *bramiō, *briman-, *brimjan- vb., *brumjan- vb., *brimisō
Meaning: an insect
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: brimse `Bremse'
Middle English: brimmen vb.
East Frisian: Fris brims
Old Saxon: bremo, bremmia, brimissa `Bremse'
Middle Dutch: bremse, breemse `horzel, sprinkhaan, kever'
Dutch: brems f., (älter) brem; brommen vb.
Old Franconian: brimissa `Bremse'
Middle Low German: brummen, brammen `brummen', bremse
Old High German: *brimman (prt. bram); breman st. `brüllen' (9.Jh.); bremo (8.Jh.), brema, bremma (Hs. 12.Jh., bremakunni 'Bremsengattung', 8.Jh.) `Bremse'; brummen 'brunstig schreien' (Hs. 12. Jh.); brimissa (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: brëmen st. 'brummen, brüllen'; brimmen st. 'brummen; brüllen', brummen wk. 'brummen, summen'; { bröm(e)se, bremse }; brëme, brëm wk. m. 'bremse, stechfliege'
German: brummen, Breme, Bremse f. (< LG)

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