MEANING: noun: Fog or mist.

ETYMOLOGY: From French brume (mist), from Latin bruma (winter), from brevima dies (shortest day or winter solstice), from brevis (short). Earliest documented use: 1500.

BRUMEI - a small country in Bormeo, with Malaysia to the east and the South Chima Sea to the west

BRULE - what you do to creme to make a yummy dessert

BRUM - city in the West Midlands region of England, about 100 miles from London, after a linguistic evolution similar to that which reduced "elëemosynary" to "alms"