brits

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English[edit]

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brits

  1. plural of brit

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch bryts (lattice), from Middle High German britze, from Old High German [Term?].

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brits f (plural britsen)

  1. A berth, a bunk.

Latvian[edit]

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Ultimately from Latin Brittō or its Celtic equivalent (see Brython), probably via some other European language (cf. German Brite, Russian бритт (britt)).

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brits m (1st declension, feminine form: britiete)

  1. a Briton, a British man, a man born in Great Britain; a citizen of the United Kingdom
    es esmu britsI am a British man
  2. (genitive plural): British; pertaining to Great Britain or the United Kingdom and its people
    britu armijathe British army
    Britu impērijathe British Empire
    Britu KolumbijaBritish Columbia (Canadian province)
  3. (loosely) an Englishman
  4. (historical, in the plural) the Britons, members of the Celtic tribes that lived in southern Britain at the time of the Roman conquest
    5. gadsimtā pirms mūsu ēras Britu salas iekaroja ķeltu ciltis: briti un skotiin the 5th century BC Celtic tribes - the Britons and the Scots (Gaels) - conquered the British Isles

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Low German britsche, briske, from Low German bret (board). Attested since circa 1780. Cognate of German Pritsche, Danish brisk, Old High German britissa. Doublet of bräde.

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brits c

  1. cot (simple bench to lie down on)

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Declension of brits 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative brits britsen britsar britsarna
Genitive brits britsens britsars britsarnas

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