The wildling Osha (Natalia Tena), who is now in the service of bran Stark, believes it means only one thing: dragons.
Meanwhile, bran Co. are moving north to the Wall, driven by one of bran's visions.
bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) may be one such person, given the level of rapport he has with his direwolf, Summer.
Three-Eyed Raven: A recurring motif in the dreams of bran Stark that seems to point him towards an as-yet-undetermined path.
Since the events of the show began, the only Starks remaining at Winterfell are bran and Rickon.
He kept them in shallow boxes full of bran, so that they should not get broken, for he was very careful over them.
In measles the scales are small, and are cast off in the form of bran like dust.
A little mattress must now be made to fit the bed exactly; it can be stuffed with cotton-wool or bran.
I'll give you a bran new officer's sword, as bright as a mirror, for it—I will.
The ash, too, which represents the mineral constituents of the wheat, is directly dependent upon the quantity of bran.
c.1300, "the husk of wheat, barley, etc., separated from the flour after grinding," from Old French bren "bran, scurf, scales, feces" (12c., Modern French bran), perhaps connected with Gaulish *brenno- "manure," or with burn (v.). The word also was used 16c. in English for "dandruff flakes."
The outer layers of a cereal grain such as wheat, approximately 20 percent of which is indigestible cellulose, used as a source of dietary fiber.