Middle English edit

Etymology edit

From Old Norse brundr or brundtíð (oestrus, rut) (from Proto-Germanic *brunstiz) or bruna (to rush, literally to advance like wildfire) (see brenna).

Noun edit

bront (plural bronts)

  1. A sharp blow.
  2. A sudden movement or onset, a rush or spurt.
  3. A violent attack or charge in battle.
  4. The force or shock of an attack in war.

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Descendants edit

  • English: brunt