- a porridge made by stirring boiling liquid into oatmeal or other meal.
Origin of brose
Examples from the Web for brose
Historical Examples of brose
This may be some trick of Brose Griffin and his cronies to steal our stuff.The Boy Scouts' First Camp Fire
He snites his nose in his neighbour's dish to get the brose himsel.The Proverbs of Scotland
Hansruhbart and Brose are clad in pea straw and wear frightful masks.St. Nicholas
George H. McKnight
And I've made up my mind to tak' ye back with me to sup our brose!The Mercenary
W. J. Eccott
He found the Skilly Woman, who put before him sour milk and brose.The Lost Pibroch
- Scot oatmeal or pease porridge, sometimes with butter or fat addedSee also Atholl brose
Word Origin for brose
1650s, Scottish, earlier browes, from Old French broez, nominative of broet (13c.) "stew, soup made from meat broth," diminutive of breu, from Medieval Latin brodium, from Old High German brod "broth" (see broth).