Definition of Briller
1. brill [adj] - See also: brill
Lexicographical Neighbors of Briller
Literary usage of Briller
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1872)
"The meaning of the Fr. briller, to shine, seems to have been attained on a ... The verb briller itself seems to have the sense of shaking or trembling in ..."
2. Dansk-norsk-engelsk-ordbog by Anton Larsen (1897)
"-bor », til = & -er nostril; (Smp.) no -briller jil barnacles. ... briller) nose-saddle. -ftl)»cr raí the nose, -fa head-sea, -tip tip el. point of the nose ..."
3. Un philosophe sous les toits: journal d'un homme heureux by Emile Souvestre, William Henry Fraser (1889)
"[pres, p., briller], bril- liant, magnificent, splendid. briller, v. intr. ... gleam; faire briller, to nourish. briquet, sm [brique, of Ger. origin, conf. ..."