Cædmon's Metrical Paraphrase of parts of the Holy Scripture
þ[æt] he þa bẏsene from gode ·
brungen hæfde ·
"that from God those mandates he had brought"
Exeter Book, Riddle 25
Ic eom ... brungen of bearwum ond of burghleoþum
"I am brought from woods and fortress-heights (cliff-sides)"
The Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology claims that the Old English strong past participle ȝebrungen became modern dialectical brung. Bosworth & Toller has two Old English verbs: weak brengan, p. brōhte, pp. brōht, and strong bringan, p. brang or brong, pp. brungen.