brang

Past tense of bring. (Typically thought of as Southern-speak.)

I brang you up some pretty new cheeseclothes, mawma! You had better put thems back from wheres you brang-sum!


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  • Peter Paul Brang — (1852–1925) was a Viennese architect who worked in what are today the Czech Republic and Slovenia, as well as in Bulgaria.Some of his works include the City Baths in Liberec (1901–1902) [ [http://www.infolbc.cz/cz/liberec/kulpam1.html Městské… …   Wikipedia

  • branchiopod — /brang kee euh pod /, n. 1. any crustacean of the class (or subclass) Branchiopoda, having flattened, footlike appendages that bear respiratory organs. adj. 2. Also, branchiopodous /brang kee op euh deuhs/. belonging or pertaining to the… …   Universalium

  • branchia — /brang kee euh/, n., pl. branchiae / kee ee /. Zool. a gill. [1350 1400; ME < Gk: gills, pl. of BRÁNCHION fin] * * * …   Universalium

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