Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A trademark for any of a breed of black hornless beef cattle developed from interbreeding the Brahman and the Angus.

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Examples

  • TLJ: No, the cattle we raise are called Brangus, which is a combination of Brahma and Angus.

    Buzzine » Tommy Lee Jones

  • The steer is known as a "Brangus," a cross between a black Angus and Brahaman.

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  • The 10 pastures haven't gone under water but the sorghum they planted about a month ago to feed their Brangus—a mix of Black Angus and Brahman—hasn't taken hold because of the lack of rain.

    Two Plagues Hit Louisiana

  • The family participates on the Brangus show circuit, and their success doesn't stop at the Brazos River.

    The Facts: News

  • The family participates on the Brangus show circuit, and their success doesn't stop at the Brazos River.

    The Facts: News

  • With over 31,000 acres as a starting point, SMR Farms produces citrus for both the juice and fresh-fruit markets, sod and improved turfgrasses, containerized and field-grown trees, and premium Brangus and Charolais/Brangus terminal cross cattle.

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  • The siblings live on a 600-acre ranch near Angleton with their parents, Pat and Lari Scott, and raise Brangus cattle.

    The Facts: News

  • The family participates on the Brangus show circuit, and their success doesn't stop at the Brazos River.

    The Facts: News

  • The siblings live on a 600-acre ranch near Angleton with their parents, Pat and Lari Scott, and raise Brangus cattle.

    The Facts: News

  • The siblings live on a 600-acre ranch near Angleton with their parents, Pat and Lari Scott, and raise Brangus cattle.

    The Facts: News

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