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broo

noun \ ˈbrü \

Definition of broo

plural -s
chiefly Scottish
:the liquid in which food has been cooked :broth, juice

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Origin and Etymology of broo

Middle English bro, probably from Middle French breu


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broo

noun \ " \

Definition of broo

plural -s
chiefly Scottish
:favorable opinion usually used with a negative
  • I have no broo of him

Origin and Etymology of broo

origin unknown


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broo

\ " \

Definition of broo

  • chiefly Scottish variant of

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