Definition of Breying

1. brey [v] - See also: brey



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Breying

brewmasters
brewpub
brewpubs
brews
brewski
brewskies
brewskis
brewsky
brewster
brewster's angle
brewsterite
brewsters
brey
breyde
breyed
breying (current term)
breys
brezilin
brezinaite
brianite
brianroulstonite
brianyoungite
briar
briar-patch
briar pipe
briard
briards
briared
briarroot
briarroots

Literary usage of Breying

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1. Southern Germany and Austria, including Hungary and Transylvania: Handbook by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1880)
"... supper after 7): ^breying und Söhne, Graben 10, entrance from the Spiegel- ... breying, in the Peter; **E. Sacher, Augustiner-Str. 4; * Rother Igel ..."

2. The Spottiswoode Miscellany: A Collection of Original Papers and Tracts by James Maidment (1844)
"breying- toun, belonging to Mr John Rait, minister, a gentleman of the House of Halgreen in the Mernes. ..."

3. Handbook for Travellers in Southern Germany: Being a Guide to Würtemberg by John Murray (Firm) (1871)
"... resorted to by ladies (table-d'hute daily, 1 fl. 5 krs.); breying and Mebus, Petersplatz on the Graben ..."

4. Southern Germany and Austria: Including Hungary, Dalmatia and Bosnia by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1891)
"(20-30 kr. for u party, or when the hour ia very late). Restaurants (dinner-hour 12-5, supper after 7). Besides the above- mentioned hotels: "breying, ..."

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