Türkische aussprache broyl
Etymologie [ 'broi(&)l ] (verb.) 14th century. From Middle English broillen, brulen (“to broil, cook”), from Anglo-Norman bruiller, broiller (“to broil, roast”) and Old French brusler, bruller (“to broil, roast, char”), a blend of Old French bruir (“to burn”), of Germanic origin; and Old French usler (“to scorch”), from Latin ustulāre (“to scorch”). Old French bruir (“to burn”) comes from Frankish *brōjan (“to burn, scald”), from Proto-Germanic *brewwanan (“to brew”), from Proto-Indo-European *bherw-, *bhrew- (“to boil, seethe”), and is cognate with Middle High German brüejen (“to singe, burn, scald”), Middle Dutch broeyen (“to scald, heat”). More at brew.