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    broseph

    What is the origin of the word "broseph"? Is there an explanation or did it just sound good to someone?

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    #2

    Re: broseph

    I have never heard it, but it would seem to be a playful portmanteau of "bro" (for "brother") and "Joseph" (a man's name).

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    Re: broseph

    "Broseph" is believed to have originated on The Jamie Foxx Show. Braxton (the guy in the red shirt in this clip) often called Jamie's character "Broseph".

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