Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as brec.
  • n. See brow, 11.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “What they calls a broo, with the cabbages in between.”

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • The Medieval Kitchen: Recipes from France and Italy le brouillard (broo-yar) noun, masculine

    brouillard - French Word-A-Day

  • The Medieval Kitchen: Recipes from France and Italy le brouillard (broo-yar) noun, masculine fog, mist, smog

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Me (right) with Penelope Le Masson from the Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore in Paris. brouette (broo-et) noun, feminine

    French Word-A-Day:

  • That second ad was probably cut, paid for and scheduled for air before the broo-haha over the first one, so it just released.

    Polls: McCain's Pennsylvania Push Stalling Out

  • No, but I think there may be anarchists in my broo...

    There must be an election in BC...

  • ‘What! ye are a Quaker, are ye?’ said Peter; and without further ceremony reared the flagon to his head, from which he withdrew it not while a single drop of ‘barley-broo’ remained.

    Redgauntlet

  • A couple of hundred ragged men, each with a sack and coal-hammer strapped under his coat-tails, were waiting on the ‘broo’.

    The Road to Wigan Pier

  • If you said broo, broo, well, I brought you your milk; if you asked for mam mam, I gave you bread; and you had no sooner said, caca, than I took you outside and held you out.

    The Clouds

  • But as I broo about my work so far, I realized that nothing I had said about G6mez had represented the real man.

    Mexico

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  • Scots - forehead.

    "Doo poo on the broo." - Pigeon droppings on the forehead.

    December 6, 2007