breahtm

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *brahtumaz (sound, noise, cracking, crash). Cognate with Old Saxon brahtum (noise).

Noun[edit]

breahtm m

  1. A noise; tumult; clamour; revelry, music; sound; cry.

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