End of Middle English brad, variant of brod(d), Old Norse broddr (“tip, tree”), Proto-Germanic *bruzdaz (“fir”), Old English brort, Old High German brort), Proto-Indo-European *bhrusdhos (cf. welsh brath (“point, point”), Albanian bredh (“fir”), Lithuanian bruzdùklis (“bridle”), Czech brzda (“brake”). brad (neutral bradt, plural and certain singular attribute brade) I bent down to pick it up, and while I was doing this, the priest silently jumped on my shoulders and pushed his Brad-Ahle into my eye! From Middle Wales Brat, proto-brythonic *brad, proto-Celtic *mratom. Really the best method is to make a round exposed point by turning a small Brad punch. Perhaps borrowed from the Old Albanian *bradh (modern Bredh), or alternatively from a substrate related to it, and finally from an Indo-European source (a loan directly from modern Albanian would probably have resulted in a *pretzel form). Next, place a metal drill through each hole and fix it by spreading the metal rods apart. brad (Bradann current analytics, Bradadh future analytics, verbal name bradadh, past partizip bradta) These sample sentences are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “brad”. The opinions expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us your feedback. “Brad.” dictionary Merriam-Webster.com, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/brad. (accessed October 6, 2022) brad m (mostly innumerable, plural bradau or bradiau) Perhaps borrowed from the Old Albanian *bradh (modern Albanian Bredh), or alternatively from a substrate related to it, and finally from an Indo-European source (a loan directly from modern Albanian would probably have resulted in a *brez form).  Another theory suggests that it was reformed analogously from the plural brazi and that the original form was *braz (reinterpreted in the plural, modeled on plurals such as coadă > cozi, pradă > prăzi, surd, > surzi).
See also the Romanian Alpine toponyms with Breaza, which may correspond to the Albanian plural form bredha. Also compare Aromunian Brad. Joy Woodhouse calls to tell her boys Brad and Dallas to “get this out of your system” before Christmas. * Indirectly related† archaic or dialectal‡‡ Dependent form used with particles that trigger eclipses Brad`s hand, throws itself on the next hill, retreats and lets you tear. Galifianakis maintains the high caliber of guest his viewers have become accustomed to and salutes Brad Pitt at the ferns. From Old Norse bráð, proto-Germanic *brēdô, related to the German roast. Choose Angelina Jolie in this role with Brad Pitt as Cave Hubbie, and maybe we`ll have a blockbuster in production. Old Irish brat (“loot, looting, theft”). Translated from Proto-Germanic *braudą. Parents include Old English brēad, Old Saxon brōd and Old Dutch *brōd. Middle English, from Old Norse broddr Spike; perhaps similar to the Old English byrst borstle – more to borstle Brad Rutter tries to turn his fame into entertainment.
“Our leaders, Brad and Russell, they were awesome,” Brooks said. The fight for marriage equality and legal affairs have “sucked the air of other organizations,” says Brad Becker. “If I thought `it was a good culture medicine,` I would recommend it to your people, Brad,” he replied happily. I think Russell and Brad will help him reach another level that he probably didn`t even expect to reach as quickly as he did. This to Brad Gibson, who took his ginger tea farewell drink to start working. Especially if you didn`t have Brad and Russ in that game, you could feel that in the first half, everyone was thinking, like, well, I can be the guy who can score goals. Excerpt and phonetic spelling of the English brother. It was a difficult night, even with Thomas Bryant and without Brad and Russell.