- v. dialect, colloquial, proscribed, informal Simple past of bring.
- Old English past of bringan (Wiktionary)
“The Holy Week reforms of 1955 brang only a few small changes to this rite, one of which however forms a notable part of the nearly complete change to the rite of Good Friday.”
“Our gentlemen brang home the prize, with their characteristic elan and noted cleverness.”
“But now that they brang out new trailers, I really really would like to see this movie.”
“But I learned lotsandlots of organizizing tips and I even brang u back a gift bag.”
“When we brang in teh noob, all teeny tiny and stuff, my big, bad, 16-lb Maine Coon kitteh went and hided under teh bed!”
“He invited my family and his family to a Christmas get together so both of our families were all there then later in the evening he brang out this huge wrapped box put it in the middle of the room and said for me to open it.”
“If I never corrected them, I wonder, would my boys grow up saying runned and brang?”
“When he was getting older and had gained some weights due to inactivity, a fren brang over her toddler, who was teh vry innerested in teh pritty kitty.”
“Here, I brang u a hi-fiber, lo-flavor granola health bar.”
“I brang my dolly to the store and misplaced her....”
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