Banana leaves, which are one braza long and one-half braza wide, serve them as napkins.
The sawyers of brazas16 shall receive four reals for each braza one braza long and one vara wide, but nothing else.
I embarked in it; it must have been more than one braza long.
In order to do this, it was necessary to lengthen the keel a braza, and to raise the sides about half a vara.
Not a braza of rope did I find, nor balls for ten pieces of artillery which are here.
The bar of the river is not more than one braza deep; and its coast thereabout, for more than twenty leagues, is very forbidding.
The braza is called dipa; that of the city is of sixty points, into which the six feet contained in it are divided.
This bird lays its eggs in the sand, a braza deep, at the edge of the water.
When they are thirsty, the Indians cut off a braza, and a quartillo of fluid runs out of it, which is good and healthful.