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The Etymology of Brunt

Brunt (noun): late 14c., “a sharp blow,” of uncertain origin, perhaps from Old Norse brundr “sexual heat,” or bruna “to advance like wildfire” (said of a ship under sail, etc.). Meaning “chief force, the heaviest or worst (of something),” as in bear the brunt, is from early 15c.

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An elephant run wild, drunk on rum, calls for a female without hope of being understood. What to do? It is not 1947 now.


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