As a proper noun brant
As a noun crant is
(obsolete) garland or crown.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Origin uncertain but similar to brandgas (sheldrake).
Any of several wild geese, of the genus Branta'', that breed in the Arctic, but especially the brent goose, ''Branta bernicla .
From (etyl) brant. Cognate with Scots brent, Icelandic brattr .
(dialectal) Steep, precipitous.
(Scotland) smooth; unwrinkled
- Grapes grow on the brant rocks so wonderfully that ye will marvel how any man dare climb up to them.
- Your bonnie brow was brent .
* (l) (transitive )
(obsolete) garland or crown
*1602 : , act V scene 1
*:Yet here she is allowed her virgin crants