Numerology information Brummie:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Definition funny of Brummie:

urbanA person from Birmingham (UK). Distinguishable by the unique accent.

urbanSteve's not a brummie, he lives 10 miles south of Birmingham.

urbanA ledgendary person that comes from Birmingham, England

urbanWow, i wish i could be as kool as that brummie

urbanA person who is from Birmingham (UK)

urban"you got a weird accent where you from Birmingham" "yeah I'm a Brummie"

urbanThe non-standard regional dialect associated with the English West Midlands city of Birmingham.


Songs about Brummie:

songsBeau Brummie by Roy Green from the Album The Golden Era of Birmingham: Terrace Anthems

songsBeau Brummie by Roy Green from the Album Keep Right On

songsBrummie by Jigante from the Album Cabbage

songsSmethwick (Brummie) by West Brom FanChants feat. WBA Football Songs from the Album West Brom Fans Anthology I (Real WBA Football Songs) [Explicit]

songsWe Are Brummies [Explicit] by Birmingham City Fc Fanchants Feat. Bcfc Fans Songs from the Album Birmingham City Fc Fans Anthology I (Real Bcfc Football Songs) [Explicit]


Books about Brummie:

booksBrummie Kid by Graham V. Twist (Feb 1, 2010)

booksConfessions of a Butcher Boy: The moving, true story of a working-class Brummie. by Norman Raybone and Nick Hennegan (Mar 15, 2014)

booksThe Forgotten Brummie: - the life and legacies of Sir Francis Galton by David Allen (Jun 4, 2014)

booksThe Forgotten Brummie: The life and legacies of Sir Francis Galton by Mr David Allen (Jul 22, 2014)

booksProper Brummie: A Dictionary of Birmingham Words and Phrases by Carl Chinn and Steve Thorne (Jan 31, 2003)

booksFred The Red's Dottir (The Great Brummie Russian Novel) by Madeleine Purslow (Sep 6, 2013)

booksA Brummie Boy Goes to War by Andrew Norman (Jun 21, 2011)


Wiki information Brummie:


Brummie is a colloquial term for the inhabitants, accent and dialect of Birmingham, England, as well as being a general adjective used to denote a connection with the city, locally called Brum. The terms are all derived from Brummagem or Bromwichham,...

Brummie Stokes
Chivalric Order Member, Person

John Henry "Brummie" Stokes MBE BEM is a former British Army soldier and mountaineer known for his successful summit of Everest in 1976. Stokes was born in 1945 in Hamstead, Birmingham. At the age of seventeen he joined the British Army and after...