Bruno chuckled as he stuffed the gold coins into a box. The town must surely be in an uproar by now. After all, the leftovers from his tiger's meals were strewn about the streets. But things would get troublesome should he be discovered. Bruno cackled sadistically and set off for his next destination. He already had enough money to last a lifetime, but there was no way he could quit such a delightful occupation.
Bruno is a German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Croatian, Polish and Slavic masculine name. It is derived from the Old Germanic word brun meaning "brown". The name was originally bestowed upon people with brown hair, eyes, or complexion. In Italy it's also a nickname, referring to the color of the hair, complexion, or clothing. Its feminine version in Italy, Portugal and Brazil is Bruna with meaning "brown-skinned, brown-haired".
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