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broham

broham
 n.— «“This here’s my main man, ‘Broham.'” He held out his palm to Leon and said, “Give me five Brohammer. What’s goin awn?”» —by Carmen O. Melillo Love, Blood, & Honor Aug. 13, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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