- Conserved from Old English brūn, broun as oposed to the Standard English pronunciation. (Wiktionary)
“Also any one else heading down the coast at the end of next week for 16 hour days looking after pa broon and co on September 20, 2009 at 4: 34 pm tom gane”
“I think he means deid as in broon breid,' Parlabane mused.”
“On the other hand, there are some joyous anti-broon reports in the press - such as this one from the Independent:”
“Yes Fklo bad luck on broon to come up against such fiendishly cunning foe”
“The RFU have confirmed Mac Broon of broon ` s invite to the final.”
“If you enlarge the photo, it is legible on the left above the passengers, and on the right above the broon, the LHR loop is visable.”
“It would seem that broon must have offered PR to Ashdown as part of a deal.”
“June 25, 2007 2:59 PM , no-one has voted for broon said...”
“June 27, 2007 2:32 PM , disreputable broon said...”
“BUTT (giving his scimmianised twinge in acknuckledownedgment of this cumulikick, strafe from the firetrench, studenly drobs led, sa-toniseels ouchyotchy, he changecors induniforms as he is lefting the gat out of the big: his face glows green, his hair greys white, his bleyes bcome broon to suite his cultic twalette).”
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