Jun 23 Word of the Day
When a reply to a tweet gets more likes than the tweet it was replying to, usually indicating the unpopularity or stupidity of the original tweet
Damn you got 12 likes and his reply got 271 likes? He totally ratioed you bro
by FF29 July 06, 2020
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Any type of whiskey with a brown hue, ie. scotch, bourbon, canadian, etc.
"What would you like to drink?", "I'll have a brown."
by greg December 15, 2003
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A term used in whitewater kayaking, particularly in high volume spring flows when the water turns brown.

Synonymous with "the shit", i.e. running the shit/running the brown.

Origin : Demshitz and Sacha Baron Cohen. Demshits says "gonna run the brown" along with a hand motion which Borat does at etiquette training for a dinner party. This hand motion is universally understood in the whitewater kayak community, known as the "brown claw".
Yo dude, the Blanche river is running threat level right now, lets go run the brown!!!
by Crash0826 December 17, 2014
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"Brown" can mean quite a few things in the world of Ween. But for now, we'll just say it represents something that is fairly bodacious.
Did you hear that new Ween album? It's totally brown.
by Eric Hauge April 23, 2003
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A very common surname in the U.S., Canada, and parts of Europe. The Brown surname originated in 10th Century England Other Brown tribes came from Scottland and Germany (German Browns usually spell their name Braun). Historically, many immigrants arriving in the U.S. changed their names to common American names with Brown being a favorite for it's commonality and short simplicity.

An almost impossible surname to have to research if attempting to trace one's family tree due (of course) to the large number of Browns in the population. Especially in the U.S. and the United Kingdom. In "Brown circles" (with respect to Genealogy) this phenomena is often referred to as coming up against the "Brown Brick Wall".

Browns have a long history in the U.S. and were amongst the first European settlers. A Mr. Brown was a registered passanger on The Mayflower ship that came over from England (the very first one).

Long live the Browns.
Brown, Browne, Braun
by downtownjudybrown April 19, 2007
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