bruin

noun bru·in \ ˈbrü-ən \

Definition of bruin

: bear 1

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Origin and Etymology of bruin

Middle Dutch, name of the bear in Reynard the Fox

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BRUIN Defined for Kids

bruin

noun bru·in \ ˈbrü-ən \

Definition of bruin for Students

: 1bear 1


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