Brume lying over a forest.
Rare mist; fog; vapor
Origin of brumeFrench ; from Classical Latin bruma: see brumal
Fog or mist.
Origin of brumeFrench, from Old French, perhaps from Provençal, from Latin brūma, winter; see brumal.
- (literary) Mist, fog, vapour.
- 1972, All around their bubble of stupidity I could feel the brume of the dragon. — John Gardner, Grendel (André Deutsch 1972, p. 77)