Top Definition
Shoes that are long and pointy toed, like winklepickers. Men usually wear them but now girls are starting too.
Very fashionable for indie kids to wear them, usually in Camden with drainpipes.
'check out his brogues'
'nice brogues love'
by Caseeeey February 21, 2008
A word use to describe the speech pattern, timbre, and syntax of anyone from the British Isles. Often used in conjunction with various dialects such as Cockney or Dubliner.
Connor: So I said to the wench, get down and lick me yardballs or I'll turn ya around and putta tonky in yer tradesmen's entrance!
Dave: Wow that was pretty awk- wait, what does that even mean? I can't understand you speaking in a fucking brogue!
by Yog Sethis July 24, 2008
A combination of the words bro and rogue, both of which are common nicknames for your friends. It has a friendly connotation.
Naw brogue, I would rather go cruising for some sexpots!
by Bronaldo7 July 16, 2010
A premptive term for cool bros who got into vogue music in late 2011
by jizzla_dj November 21, 2011

When a bro or brajh goes out to chill with his buds and polish off brewskies at

a party and later that night goes missing. In many circumstances, said bro is

just balls to the walls drunk and fell asleep in a uhaul truck that's going to New Mexico in the morning. In few situations, however, a bro picks

to move to where the party's at without previously notifying his brahs. Said bro

usually turns up a few days later with eyes that are red as shit from: a) no

sleep for 72 hours and/or b) smoking bowls and doin keg stands.
Bro 1: Sup brahs.

Bros 2-15: BRO you went brogue on friday, where have you been theres no one to smoke

all this extra chronic shiiitt can you do it?

Bro 1: If i smoke anymore of dat nutty canibus I'll fucking overdose and die.

Bros 2-15: You'll die?

Bro 1: 100 percent definitely.

Bros 2-15: Soooo...... is that a no.....?

Bro 1: What? No I'll smoke it.

Bros 2-15: Cool beans.
by susiecrabgrassissoooohot October 28, 2009
The dialect spoken by native's of North Carolina's Outer Banks. It is the combination of Southern and Scotch-Irish dialects.
Bro, the surfers and fisherman at Carolina's Outer Banks almost speak there own language! Well they do speak their own dialect, it's called Brogue.
by Carolina Blue 252 May 23, 2016
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