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- proper noun archaic Collective name of the natives of Arran and Bute.
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The origin of 'Brandane' may be in the name of Saint Brendan or in the bold water or spray men.
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“The Duke of Rothsay dead, my Lord of Albany?” exclaimed the faithful Brandane, with the utmost horror and astonishment.
Brandane, with the utmost horror and astonishment.
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