[broh-duh s]

noun, plural broa·dus·es. Coastal South Carolina and Georgia.

something given as a bonus; lagniappe.

Also brotus.

Origin of broadus

1905–10; akin to Jamaican, Guyanan English braata (apparently < American Spanish barata bargain, ultimately derivative of Spanish (now obsolete) baratar to negotiate, barter; see barrator, barter); orig. of vowel and final s uncertain Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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