To be thoughtful. To think about something. Often in a dreary or depressing manner.

After Lord Byron, poets are usually thought of as having a very gloomy, brooding personality.
Christian and Erik are a cute couple... but they're so different at times! Christian's the bubbly one, Erik's the brooding one.
by Lorelili June 27, 2005
sexy femalee, hottie
"Damn, she's brood."
by adfjkghjkerhge June 3, 2007
that herb is dank, its really brood.
by babbaaa August 28, 2007
offspring (plural); with animals: a brood = a litter; a group of baby birds, all hatched and raised at the same time by the same mother; related to the verb, to breed
Joe - "That lady came to the barbeque with all of her 7 kids!"

Dave - "Yeah, she sure brought the whole brood."
by El Rey Raton October 14, 2011
A Portland Oregon Prison and street "family". Crank, Sex, and Crime are Broods' the only focus in life. Slogan, "We Never Sleep"
Every one is a victim its just whos turn is it. Life in Brood
by Augie Barone September 4, 2006
Originated from the California skate scene, combining "butter" with "good"- smooth, soft, good.
Did you see that one kid's crossover? That was brood. He almost broke my ankles on that one drive.
by Schauman July 14, 2011
To nonchalantly unzip one's pants and stretch their scrotum out of their fly. Preferably done in a public setting.
At the party Scotty got drunk and pulled a brood.
by Josh March 30, 2005