Brodie

Brodie can be a given name or a surname. Of Scottish origin, and a location in Moray, Scotland, its meaning is uncertain; it is not clear if Brodie, as a word, has its origins in the Gaelic or Pictish languages. In 2012 this name was the 53rd most popular boys` name in Scotland. The given name can be a male or female name, originating from the su....
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Brodie

[ski area] Brodie was a ski resort in New Ashford, Massachusetts, in the Taconic Mountains in the far northwestern part of the state. It opened in 1964 and thrived for a time by using then-cutting-edge innovations like top-to-bottom snowmaking and lighted night skiing. Founder Jim Kelly gave the resort an Irish theme: its nickname was `Kell...
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Brodie

Brodie is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Brodie

Brodie is a Scottish name for boys and girls. The meaning is `famous ruler` The name Brodie is most commonly given to Scottish boys. (18 times more often than to American boys.) Although in most countries Brodie is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 23 Brodie`s are girls. Use for the other sex: Brody What do they use in other coun...
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brodie

to brake and skid the rear wheel so as to make a sharp turn; also broadie [Australian].
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Brodie

Type: Term Pronunciation: brō′dē Definitions: 1. Charles Gordon, Scottish anatomist and surgeon, 1860-1933. See: Brodie ligament
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