Türkische aussprache brôn
Etymologie [ 'bron ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English brawne from Old French braon "slice of meat, fleshy part, buttock", of Germanic origin, from Frankish *brādon, accusative form of *brādo (“roasted meat, ham”) from Proto-Germanic *brǣdon (“meat, roast”) from Proto-Indo-European *bhre- (“to burn, heat”) from Proto-Indo-European *bureue- (“to boil, bubble, burn”). Akin to Old High German brāto "tender meat" (German Braten "roast"), Old English brǣd "flesh, meat", Old Norse brāð'' "raw meat".