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Definition funny of Bruff:
Someone who is rough and/or somewhat vulgar.
I stopped going out with him because he started acting too bruff. It made me feel too uncomfortable.
To Love or sexually bang trees to the breaking point, bruff is a very bad person who loves to touch and feel trees badly. Also known as Alex Bruff.
Hey bruff what you doing? Banging a tree
-n. 1) A grunt muffled by a closed fist acknowledging the presence of an inferior or inadequate being. 2) A harsh, abrasive moan of sarcasm in response to a detestable suggestion.
Person 1: Look at that kid playing pokemon on his gameboy! Person 2: *bruff* What a fag! Pickles: Come on guys lets get some work done. Class: Yeh we'll be doin a fair bit of work pickles! *bruff*
to release gas out your backside produced by good bacteria that live in your intestines
Songs about Bruff:
Air: The Melodious Little Fort of Bruff by The Irish Country Four from the Album Songs, Ballads & Instrumental Tunes from Ulster
Billy from Bruff by The Baltimore Consort from the Album The Mad Buckgoat (Ancient Music of Ireland)
Binn Luisín Aerach a'Bhrogha (The Melodious Fairy Mound Of Bruff) by Seán Ó Sé Seán Ó Riada from the Album Ó Riada Sa Gaiety
Binn Luisín Aerach a'Bhrogha (The Melodious Fairy Mound Of Bruff) by Seán Ó Sé from the Album The Ó Riada Collection: Ó Riada Sa Gaiety
Bruff by Carlos Ritmi from the Album Tiruva
Bruff Lady by Smilin' Myron from the Album What About The People?
Jigs: The Hill of Bruff / The One That Was Lost / Australian Waters by Edel Fox & Neill Byrne from the Album The Sunny Banks
Books about Bruff:
Mr Bruff's GCSE English Revision Guide by Andrew Bruff (Mar 1, 2013)
Mr Bruff's guide to 'Macbeth' by Andrew Bruff and Peter Tobin (Sep 29, 2014)
Mr Bruff's guide to 'Romeo and Juliet' by Andrew Bruff (Feb 27, 2014)
Contemporary Authors: Biography - Gardner, Nancy Bruff (1915-) (Mar 8, 2005)
Gold Rush: The Journals, Drawings, And Other Papers Of J. Goldsborough Bruff April 2, 1849 - July 20, 1851 by J. Goldsborough Bruff, Georgia Willis Read and Ruth Gaines (1949)
Bruff Pack: A Co-operative Learning Resource for Use Across the Curriculum by Anne Harris and Steve Alcock (Jan 1992)
Bruff's Wake: J. Goldsborough Bruff and the California Gold Rush, 1849-1851 by Harold James (Dec 30, 2011)
Wiki information Bruff:
Bruff is a town in east County Limerick, in the midwest of Ireland, located on the old Limerick–Cork road. The town lies on the Morning Star river, with two bridges in the town itself. The horse-shoe lake of Lough Gur is nearby.
Bruff Rugby Union Football Club, a rugby union club, playing in the All-Ireland League. The club plays at home in Kilballyowen Park, near the town of Bruff, in County Limerick, Ireland. Currently they field 23 rugby teams at the club including 4...