Crossword clues for brod
Brod may refer to:
Brod is a village in the municipality of Crna Trava, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 122 people.
Brod is a village in the municipality of Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Brod is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Max Brod (1884–1968), German-speaking Czech Jewish, later Israeli, author, composer, and journalist
- Alexander Brod (born 1969), Jewish-Russian human rights activist
- Henri Brod (1799–1839), French oboist, instrument builder and composer of the early Romantic Era
- Jack Brod (1909–2008), American businessman and innovator
- Laura Brod (born 1971), Minnesota politician
- Menachem Brod, senior Chabad rabbi from Kfar Chabad, Israel
- Sid Brod, (December 13, 1899 – February 10, 1955) American Assistant director
Brod (; sometimes also Prod) is a formerly independent settlement in the northern part of the capital Ljubljana in central Slovenia. It was part of the traditional region of Upper Carniola and is now included with the rest of the municipality in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region.
Brod is a formerly independent settlement in the northern part of the capital Ljubljana in central Slovenia. It was part of the traditional region of Upper Carniola and is now included with the rest of the municipality in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region.
Usage examples of "brod".
Officially, Brod was a hostage, taken by the women reavers to ensure cooperation by the sailors of the ship they had hired, the Reckless.
On further thought, perhaps Brod had been left here with the full agreement and approval of his crewmates, to take some starch out of him, or simply to get him out of their hair.
Just as the trees ended, Brod stepped to the right, making room for Maia.
Maia spent one evening, assisted by Brod, reviewing for the others how to sight certain stars by night, and judge sun angle by day.
Maia watched from the precipice, along with Brod and several women, remembering the last time she had seen big floaters like these, though nowhere near this many.
His longing expression, followed by sheepish blushing, finished off one lingering doubt Maia had nursedthat Brod might just possibly be a spy, left here by the reavers to watch over the prisoners.
Maia pondered, patting Brod on the back and turning to go back to work.
If a crude dinghy did get built, she would not sail with Naroin and Brod to Landing Continent, but ask to be dropped off along the way.
Though relieved in a way, by the kindness of the weather, Brod also seemed ambivalently wistful at his narrow escape.
The singers alternately leaned toward Brod, then shied off again, to his embarrassment and the amusement of everyone else.
But when the round seemed about to skip past Brod, the young man leaped instead to his feet.
Even the Quinnish sixer, who had flirted awkwardly with Brod for days, avoided his eyes and kept to her mates.
Along with Brod and the sailors, Charl and Tress, she frequently had to row hard just to keep the skiff in place.
Maia and Brod stood up, together releasing the clamps holding the furled sail, and drew it to the clew outhaul.
The fabric flapped like a liberated bird, suddenly catching the wind and throwing the boom hard to port, catching Brod and knocking him into Maia.