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Meaning of bronte




furoya

bronte
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Although used almost exclusively in poetry or as a component of other words, it is the sound of thunder or something thunderous. It originates in Greek 946; 961; 959; 957; 964; 951; ( bront "thunder" ) . It is also the name of the goddess of thunder. See astrape.

  




Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Name of a village and a beach in the city of Sydney, Australia. Last name of an English writer named Emiliy.

  


Anónimo

Bronte : In mythology, one of the four horses that dragged the chariot of the sun.

  



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