Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "brith" in a sentence
"It is mandatory in Judaism, and in Jewish families the circumcision – known as the brith milah – is usually conducted by a mohel."
"Ever since dried fruit first arrived here in the 13th century, the British have baked with it, first in fruit breads, such as bara brith or Lincolnshire plum loaf, and then in cakes which, until relatively recently, would still have been raised with yeast."
"When he talks about figit pie or bara brith it's a stern reader that doesn't find herself overtaken by a bout of empathetic dribbling."