bragur

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse bragr ‎(a leader, prince", also "poem), from Proto-Germanic *bragz ‎(one who is first, leader). Cognate with Old English brego ‎(leader, ruler, chief).

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Noun[edit]

bragur m ‎(genitive singular brags or bragar, nominative plural bragir)

  1. a poem syn.
  2. a character, a tone, an atmosphere syn.

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