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Northern irish slang for 'brother'

pronounced (braw-er)
"my wee bror needs to stop sniffing glue"
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No Bull Shit, and old hacker acronym which is usually used to signify that the talk will be serious.
User: I need to talk to you, NBS.
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n.
Pronounced: Broah

The term used to imply that a guy shares more than 25% genetic material with the hot gal with whom he hangs out. Therefore making it impossible for them to be lovers or in that case at least gross.

It follows the life-embracing philosophy that good looking women are fair game, regardless of how things seem.

Some people may assume that the term implies some kind of envy. They would be correct in their assumption.

Origin: In Scandinavia bror means brother
Person 1: - "Look at the lungs on that girl, I bet she can't see her feet!"
Person 2: - "But who's that guy?"
Person 1: - "Uhr. That's gotta be her bror"
Person 2: - "Why is she doing THAT to her bror?! That ain't right man..."
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A person of sophistication and comical insight. An individual who is driven. Nordic name combining brawn and a lion's roar.
He's got the presence of a Bror.
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Brørs is a type of person who really likes cock or balls torture
Wow, he is such a brørs
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Bror is the norwigian word for brother but is also a name . A person named Bror is a wonderful, lovely, sexy, funny, intelligent, a pro gamer and an amazing person. If you meet a Bror you should definetly become friends with him.
Girl 1: Omg who's that really sexy, funny, amazing, intelligent and lovely guy?

Girl 2: Oh him? that's Bror
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