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  • proper noun UK, informal A nickname for the English city of Birmingham.

Etymologies

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Shortened from Brummagem.

Examples

  • My friend and I came out of a pub in Brum center my mate said to me f!! king crap in their, out of a door way jumped a nazi bitch sorry police GIRL and hit him with a £80 fine, no, no, no we were not drunk no he did not shout screem just took the ticket and paid it.

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  • The DYDA DISPATCHES: No Welsh devolution in Brum skip to main | skip to sidebar

    No Welsh devolution in Brum

  • I ` m sceptical about the melting pot idea but Brum is a locale I deal with at work all the time and I love it.

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  • UPDATE2 - Brum is also having trouble with vampires.

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  • UPDATE2 - Brum is also having trouble with vampires.

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  • And what's easier - to go after gangsters in Brum and South London, or to hassle a collector?

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  • And what's easier - to go after gangsters in Brum and South London, or to hassle a collector?

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  • The Brum were the better side and wanted it more,and the goons have no excuably as the Amazing Whinger knew this was his best chance of a trophybe it a little one aye,and had his strongest side out bar Cesc and the sometimes Walcott.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • "Brum" or "Brummie" is from Brummagem -- modern spelling is Birmingham -- in Warwickshire, which we foreigners always managed to mispronounce as "Warwick" rather than the proper "warrik-shire."

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VIII No 3

  • Brummagem) -- a 'Brum' sovereign may be bought for about four-and-six; a bad crown piece for a good bob; a half-crown for about fippence; a bob for two pence half-penny, and so on.

    The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 1, April, 1851

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