brûler

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Middle French brusler "to burn" from Old French brusler, bruller (to burn), a conflation of Old French bruir (to burn) (from Frankish *brōjan (to burn, scald), from Proto-Germanic *brewwaną "to brew" from Proto-Indo-European *bherw-, *bhrew- "to boil, seethe"), and Old French usler (to scorch), from Latin ustulāre (to scorch). Akin to German brühen (to scald), Dutch broeien (to heat). More at broil, brew.

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brûler

  1. to burn
  2. (reflexive) to burn oneself

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French brusler (to burn).

Verb[edit]

brûler (gerund brûl'lie)

  1. to burn