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Definition of broham

broham

  • Def. "Brother" Origin: Model of car named "Brougham" that was always pronounced wrong.
    What's up broham?

    Last edited on Mar 12 2003. Submitted by Joshua R. from Ellensburg, WA, USA on Mar 12 2003.

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