Breme\ (br[=e]m), a. [OE. breme, brime, fierce, impetuous, glorious, AS. br[=e]me, br[=y]me, famous. Cf. Brim, a.]

1. Fierce; sharp; severe; cruel. [Obs.] --Spenser.

From the septentrion cold, in the breme freezing air. --Drayton.

2. Famous; renowned; well known. --Wright. [Written also brim and brimme.]
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