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This is the slang term for "bro" which is slang for brother..a slang inside a slang 8) THIS ORIGINATED IN THE STATE OF HAWAII! for those who think that it originated in southern california or where ever, your are miss informed. It is the pigeon (english-hawaiian slang) word that is used state wide in Hawaii not only by surfers but by all people born and raised in hawaii of all racial groups. and it pains me when i hear cali haole tourist say it.
sup brah
howsit brah
a' brah we go beach
ho brah where you stay
Por Playa Del Seville 18 de octubre de 2005
 
2.
The Hawaiian equivalent of "Bro".....much cooler.
"Ho brah, try pass me the manapua"
Por true brah meaning 06 de marzo de 2005
 
3.
Hawaiian Pidgeon Talk for friend.

Orgin: 60's Hawaii

in kauai my cousin started it! ha!
"Tanks Brah"
Por LEC2 06 de mayo de 2003
 
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Short for 'braddah.' Origin: Hawaiian pigeon english, 1960's and later. Meaning: My brother/ close associate/ cousin/ or Kama'aina (person FROM HAWAII). NOT used with outsiders unless they are close friends or have SOLID knowledge of Hawai'i and its culture (except jokingly, offensively). Inappropriate use by outsiders may result in 'false crack' or scorn. Best avoided by mainland haoles during break-in phase (your first 25 yrs in Hawaii).
What, brah, you get rollin' pepa? (I lost my Zig-Zags by the bus stop. With the correct answer you could benefit from my predicament)
Eh brah, watchout! (Hey you - Look out!)
Brah, you always frickin' LATE. (Your frequent tardiness is getting on my nerves)
Brah, try stan' up. You all bus' arreddy. (It's time to go home, my friend.)

Por KECVA 05 de diciembre de 2007
 
5.
noun, pidgeon (hawaiian slang) for friend; short for braddah synonyms; brotha, brother, bro, friend
Friend #1: eh brah you like go to da store?
Friend #2: Nah brah I like you go to da store.
Friend #1: What you like me get brah?
Friend #2: Beer brah!
Friend#1: Kden brah, geev me some money brah!
Friend#2: I no get brah!
Friend #1: BRAH!
Por aimlesswander 03 de abril de 2007
 
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Short for brother; meaning bro
What's cracken brah?
Por sweetsmile4o8 29 de junio de 2003
 
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Used by people in Hawaii. It is the shortened form of "braddah" which is the local slang for brother/bro. Used to address a male, like how some people use "Dude."
The plural of "Brah" is "Braddahs," NOT "Brahs," because that's the thing wahines wear.
Howzit brah!
Eh brah, we go beach today.
Ho brah, the waves was killah.

Brah, how dat dclap guy from New York goin tell us we illiterate for saying "Brah"? Brah, he dunno nuttin. Tell him come here and say dat; he goin get falsed.
Por WasabiHybrid 16 de abril de 2007