see also: Brant
Pronunciation Noun

brant (plural brants)

  1. (North American) Any of several wild geese, of the genus Branta, that breed in the Arctic, but especially the brent goose, Branta bernicla.
  • French: bernarche
  • Russian: каза́рка
  • Spanish: barnacla


  1. (dialectal) Steep, precipitous.
    • Grapes grow on the brant rocks so wonderfully that ye will marvel how any man dare climb up to them.
  2. (Scotland) smooth; unwrinkled
    • Your bonnie brow was brent.

Proper noun
  1. Surname
  2. A town in New York
  3. An unincorporated community in Wisconsin
  4. A county in Canada

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