MEANING: noun: 1. Rumor.
2. Report.
3. Noise.
4. An abnormal sound heard in internal organs in the body during auscultation.
verb tr.: 1. To report.
2. To repeat.
3. To spread a rumor.

ETYMOLOGY: From Anglo-Norman bruire (to make a noise), from Latin brugere, a blending of rugire (to roar) + bragire (to bray). Earliest documented use: 1400.

BERUIT - captail of Lebanon

B. QUIT - second option for dealing with an obnoxious boss

BRUSIT - what you'll do if you squeeze the fruit too hard

BLUIT - gave up a walkoff home run in the ninth and lost the game