Eyebrow. Contracted from *bhruə-.
1. brow, from Old English brū-, eyebrow, eyelid, eyelash, from Germanic *brūs.
2. Possibly in the sense of a beam of wood, and perhaps a log bridge. bridge1, from Old English brycg(e), bridge, from Germanic *brugjō (with cognates in Celtic and Slavic).
[Pokorny 1. bhrū- 172, 2. bhrū- 173.]

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