Etymology
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Brie (n.)

type of soft, salted, white cream-cheese, 1848, from name of a district in department Seine-et-Marne, southeast of Paris, famous for its cheeses. The name is from Gaulish briga "hill, height."

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Definitions of Brie

Brie (n.)
soft creamy white cheese; milder than Camembert;
From wordnet.princeton.edu