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  • verb Past participle of bring


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Perhaps by analogy with other strong verbs, but compare also the Old English past participle variant brungen.


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  • I’ve brung you my three babes, that lost their Maw a year ago.

    Folks claim you are right women, larnd, and fitten for to know

    What’s best for babes, and how to raise ’em into Christian men..

    I’ve growed afeared to leave ’em lest the house ketch fire again.

    For though I counsel ’em a sight each time I ride to town,

    Little chaps get so sleepy-headed when the dark comes down!

    - Ann Cobb, 'The Widow-Man'.

    September 21, 2009

  • See bring.

    March 1, 2011