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Definition funny of Brud:
The skater-slang combination of butter and good/better than good; when a trick is smooth (like butter). Used in the western states. Pronounced "bruhd"
Jay: bro did you see how smooth that finger flip bomb drop was?! Max: yeah man it was brud!
A combination of "bro" and "bud" spoken primarily by males who use them interchangeably and, hence, have difficulty picking between the two. A low-key term of endearment among friends.
"You gonna finish that last slice of pepperoni, brud?" "I couldn't steal Filly's girl — he's my brud."
the combo of bro and bud
yo brud whats up?
Nickname for a guy. Slang from "brother" or "bruddha".
Songs about Brud:
081 - Fryd Dig, Du Kristi Brud by Fie Pilgaard & Poul Raaby from the Album Salmer I Et Nyt Lys
Aldrig brud by benjamin koppel from the Album Øst
Aldrig Någon Annan Brud by P.E from the Album Aldrig Någon Annan Brud
Botox brud by Kvamkollektivet from the Album Botoxbrud
Brud by Pulsar from the Album Tunas Have a Polarity
Brud vid min sida by Dan Berglund from the Album Såna som vi...
A Christmas Cantata: Gläd dig du Kristi brud by Margareta Jalkeus from the Album Lindberg, N.: A Christmas Cantata
Books about Brud:
Brud by Kenneth Harvey (Sep 1, 1995)
Sandemoserien 11 - Fabians brud (Danish Edition) by Margit Sandemo (Oct 1, 2014)
Morgenstjernens brud (Norwegian Edition) by Ivar Kalleberg (Jun 23, 2011)
Brud: Life of the World's Most Famous Unknown Author by R. Rainsberger (Mar 16, 2010)
Brud: Webster's Timeline History, 1485 - 2006 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Brud: Portræt af en udvikling : roman (Danish Edition) by Bente Clod (1977)
Brud an dreued (Bugale berlobi) by Pierre Jakez Helias (1987)
Wiki information Brud:
Daniel Brud is a Polish footballer who plays for Okocimski KS Brzesko as a midfielder.
Bruderheim is a town in the Edmonton Capital Region of Alberta, Canada. It is located just north of the junction of Highway 15 and Highway 45, approximately 47 km northeast of Edmonton. The town's name is derived from two German words: "Bruder"...