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Definition of brown:

  1. A dusky yellowish- red color.
  2. Of a dusky colour, inclining to red.
  3. A colour of various shades, resulting from a mixture of red, black, and yellow.
  4. To make brown. See Burn.

Common misspellings for brown:

browm, vrown, bown.

Brown \b-ro-wn\

Origin:
English
Details:
Brown as a boy's name is of Middle English origin. Surname. The name was probably given in reference to brown hair or eyes.
Meaning:
baron, Brian, bryan, Bryn, byron, Bron, bren, Brenn, Biron, born, bran, Brann, bruin, brain, Brien, Brion, Bryen, Bryon.
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Examples of usage for brown:

  1. This was William Brown who will be remembered by most old Kaffrarians. – Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer by W. C. Scully
  2. Not that grave young man with the steady brown eyes? – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  3. But they were capable hands, brown and strong and steady as the mother hearts that went with them. – The Shepherd of the North by Richard Aumerle Maher

Quotes for brown:

  1. Clifford Brown was in the jazz circles considered to be probably the greatest trumpet player who ever lived.
  2. Just once I would like to persuade the audience not to wear any article of blue denim. If only they could see themselves in a pair of brown corduroys like mine instead of this awful, boring blue denim.
  3. You know, we- if, for example, Jerry Brown can withstand, you know, what will probably end up being $200 million of spending by his opponent and get elected governor of California, that will be a big victory in the nation's largest state.
  4. But that kind of falls in line; when you think about it, James Brown was a funk minimalist. All of those parts create a sum that's larger than than the individual parts.
  5. The attack of John Brown upon Harper's Ferry came upon Virginia like a clap of thunder out of a clear sky.

Rhymes for brown:

  1. browne, clown, crown, down, drown, frown, gown, noun, town, lown;
  2. around, renown, uptown, mcgown;
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