Brier

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Briar (also spelt brier) is a common name for a number of unrelated thicket-forming thorny plants, including species in the genera Rosa (Rose), Rubus, and Smilax.

Briar or Brier may also refer to:

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Places[edit]


Buildings[edit]

  • Briars, Saint Helena, a small pavilion in which Napoleon Bonaparte stayed
  • The Briars, also known as The Briars Homestead, Mount Martha, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Fiction[edit]

  • Briar Rose, the name of Sleeping Beauty in some versions of the story
  • Briar Moss, from the Circle of Magic and Circle Opens quartets by Tamora Pierce
  • The Briar King, a novel by Greg Keyes
  • Huckleberry Briar, a district in Strawberryland from the Strawberry Shortcake series, where Huckleberry Pie resides
  • Briar Cudgeon, a crazed ex-commander who wants revenge from Artemis Fowl
  • Briar, the evil sister of Rose in Bone (comic)

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