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Etymology 1[edit]

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bruh (plural bruhs)

  1. (archaic) The rhesus macaque.
    • 1838, James Rennie, The Natural History of Monkeys, Opossums and Lemurs
      [] in adolescence, and still more in youth, it is no less certain that the bruh is both good-natured and intelligent.

Etymology 2[edit]

A shortening of brother.


bruh (plural bruhs)

  1. (slang) alternative form of bro

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From Proto-Slavic *brux (belly).


brȕh m

  1. (regional, Croatia) hernia
  2. (regional, Croatia) belly