Definition of Breying
1. brey [v] - See also: brey
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Literary usage of Breying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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, ..."