Definition of brumous in English:

brumous

adjective

literary
  • Foggy and wintry.

    • ‘When I came upon the deli, its sign glowing like a beacon in the brumous night, a slight twinge of anticipation quickened my pace.’
    • ‘The marshlands thereabouts remained very brumous for most of the winters.’
    • ‘Hard-heartedness towards children has long been thought to characterize those brumous isles of my birth.’
    • ‘Tea and tourism festival serves you with some of the hottest flavour of ‘char’ or ‘Chai’ in the brumous slopes of famed tea zone of India.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: from French brumeux, from late Latin brumosus (from bruma ‘winter’).

Pronunciation

brumous

/ˈbruːməs/