A rash or eruption a sudden or transient fit of nausea
- Brittle as wood or vegetables
- Hasty in temperament impetuous
- offensively bold
- Hasty in temperament; impetuous.
- Brittle, as wood or vegetables.
- A rash or eruption; a-sudden or transient fit of vomiting.
- Refuse boughs of woods; additionally, the clippings of hedges.
- cracked and angular fragments of rocks fundamental alluvial deposits.
- Broken fragments of ice.
1824, of obscure beginning, originally US English; maybe similar to 16c. Scottish brash "attack, attack," or French breche "fragments," specifically of ice, which can be from a Germanic source (compare Old High German brehha "breach," from brehhan "to break"), or even German brechen "to vomit."
(a.) Hasty in mood; impetuous.
- (a.) Brittle, as timber or vegetables.
- (n.) A rash or eruption; a rapid or transient fit of nausea.
- (n.) Refuse boughs of woods; in addition, the clippings of hedges.
- (n.) cracked and angular fragments of rocks fundamental alluvial build up.
- (letter.) cracked fragments of ice.
Reincarnation left his power stunted and him far less brash in how he used what remained.