brigge

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Noun[edit]

brigge

  1. Obsolete form of bridge.
    • c, 1375, Geoffrey Chaucer, Canterbury Tales[1]
      At Trumpyngtoun, nat fer fro Cantebrigge,
      There gooth a brook, and over that a brigge
      At Trumpington not far from Cambridge,
      there goes a brook, and over that a bridge



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