(), n. [Ir. breitheamh judge.] An ancient Irish or Scotch judge.
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Brehon laws, the ancient Irish laws, -- unwritten, like the common law of England. They were abolished by statute of Edward III.
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(?), n. [F.] (Card Playing) (a) A French gambling game somewhat like poker. (b) In French games, a pair royal, or triplet.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]

Bre*lan" car`re"

(?). [F. carr square.] (Card Playing) In French games, a double pair royal.
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Bre*lan" fa`vo`ri"

(?). [F. favori favorite.] (Card Playing) In French games, a pair royal composed of 2 cards in the hand and the card turned.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]


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