bráð

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Cognate with Old English brad and German Brat.

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bráð m (genitive singular bráðar, nominative plural bráðir)

  1. a prey, a victim
  2. game, wild animals hunted for food
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Etymology 2[edit]

From the Old Norse bráð.

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bráð f (genitive singular bráðar)

  1. denoting haste, but only used in the adverbial phrase í bráð (for the time being, at the moment).
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