brume

noun \ ˈbrüm \
Updated on: 15 Apr 2018

Definition of brume

: mist, fog

brumous

play \ˈbrü-məs\ adjective

Examples of brume in a Sentence

  1. cloaked in the early-morning brume, the village did indeed look like some long-lost Brigadoon

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Origin and Etymology of brume

French, mist, winter, from Old Occitan bruma, from Latin, winter solstice, winter; akin to Latin brevis short — more at brief


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