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Middle English Britoun Celt, Briton from Anglo-Norman Britun from Latin Brittonēs Britons of Celtic origin
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Old French Breton, from Latin Britto or its Celtic equivalent (compare Welsh Brython).
Rachael finished behind Germany's Susanne Hirt with fellow Briton Heather Corrie placed eleventh.
Put me Back on My Bike - Book - Tom Simpson was the first Briton to wear the yellow jersey.
No Briton, including the prime minister and all members of the police and armed forces, is above the law.
The Greatest Britons of all Time In November 2002, the British public voted to find the Greatest Briton of all time.
The Neath Canal, from the upper part of the Vale of Neath to Briton Ferry (13 m.) passes through the town, which is also connected with Swansea by another canal.
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