Did you by any chance mean brume?
- n. a native or resident of Birmingham, England
“She was about forty-five, and a bit plump, with short, brown hair and what we call a brummie accent—broad and thick, with the local black country dialect.”
“The brummie with a French accent: Richard Murray, 32, a financial planning manager, suffered a stroke three years ago and as a result now speaks in a French accent.”
“February 22, 2008 at 11:29 am anuddah brummie huh?”
“Fancy having you as a friend ,another dummy brummie well what do you expect.”
“Standing in line at the Edwardian Tea Rooms having to translate what the clerk with the rather strong brummie accent was saying to a moneyed old lady from the south who hadn't a clue.”
“Ridiculous for all the old reasons: the hair (how old are you, Nigel?); the strange adopted mockney/brummie (mummie?) accent; the dropped consonants (Bee'oven); the Agbonlahor number 11 Villa top; the trying so very, very hard to be different.”
“Duke Theseus, the quartet of lovers, the brummie Mechanicals, even the fairies seem to have fallen in thrall to their celebrity monarch and take on the same, stagnant devotion to the text: stand still, wear your traditional dress, and e-nun-ci-ate.”
“Im a season ticket holder in the brummie road ive never seen such a bad defence as ours.”
“On to this smethwick debate the smethwick is now made up of ex Brummie rd, that is why the brummie has suffored.”
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