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Brahmana one of a collection of Hindu writings dealing with Vedic rituals and sacrifices.
Brahmanism the religious doctrines and beliefs and the social caste system of the Brahmans.
Brahmaputra a major river of Asia that originates in Tibet and flows through northern India and Bangladesh into the Bay of Bengal.
Brahmaputra River a major river of Asia that originates in Tibet and flows through northern India and Bangladesh into the Bay of Bengal.
Brahmin a cultured, socially elite person, esp. a member of an upper-class New England family. [2 definitions]
Brahminism the attitude or behavior characteristic of Brahmins. [2 definitions]
braid to weave together three or more strands or strips of (hair, cloth, or the like), forming one narrow, ropelike length; plait. [5 definitions]
Braille (often l.c.) a writing and printing system for blind persons, in which raised dots are grouped into different patterns to represent characters, which are read by touch. [2 definitions]
brain the organ of the central nervous system contained within the skull, which thinks, interprets sensations, and coordinates motion and other activity in the rest of the body. [4 definitions]
braincase see brainpan.
brain cell a cell in the brain, esp. a neuron.
brainchild someone's original idea, plan, or invention.
brain damage damage to the brain that impairs function.
brain-damaged having or pertaining to brain damage.
brain-dead characterized by brain death. [2 definitions]
brain drain (informal) the loss of professional or intellectual persons from one country or company to another that offers better pay, opportunities, or advantages.
brain imaging the branch of medicine that deals with producing images of the brain and nervous system; neuroimaging. [2 definitions]
brainless without intelligence; stupid.
brainpan the part of the skull that holds the brain; cranium; braincase.
brainpower mental or intellectual ability, or the people that have it.
brain stem the lower portions of the brain that connect the brain to the spinal cord.