See also: Bruck

English

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Etymology

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From Jamaican Creole bruck.

Pronunciation

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Adjective

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bruck (not comparable)

  1. (MLE) Broke, out of liquidity.
    • 2020 May 28, K-Trap (lyrics and music), “Private Snap”‎[1]:
      No we ain't rich but I ain't too bruck
      I hear them spit, they're tryna be us
      Run out of flizz, I'm tryna re-up
  2. (MLE) Broken, of annihilated substance integrity.
    • 2017 December 15, AWATE (lyrics and music), “The Ghetto” (track 4), in Happiness[2]:
      And the TV is bruck

Verb

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bruck (third-person singular simple present brucks, present participle brucking, simple past and past participle brucked) (Jamaica, MLE)

  1. (MLE) Alternative form of break
    • 2017 May 2, Figure Flows (lyrics and music), “Money Right”, in Big Figures ft. Purple, from 1:04:
      Still got a line for the peng
      But now I get money from shows (haha)
      Still gotta get these squares
      And bruck them down into O's (trust)
    • 2017 July 9, “Behind Barz”, Skengdo (lyrics), performed by Skengdo & AM, from 2:21:
      Blacked out, blacked out, blacker than who?
      Blackz with the blade and he brucked it too
    • 2019 April 30, “The Godfather”, Ink (lyrics), 1:14–1:16:
      stab him in the face and bruck that shank got
    • 2020 March 15, (C Block) Christo (lyrics and music), “Chickens”, from 1:20:
      Just got off the phone
      Grabbed a couple of chickens
      I’m brucking them down
      Me and my soldiers go hit them

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Jamaican Creole

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Etymology

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From English break.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ˈbɹʌk/
  • Hyphenation: bruck

Adjective

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bruck

  1. broke, broken
    Bruck an nah no money, but me no response.
    I'm broke and I don't have any money, but I don't care.
    Dat a one bruck up sinting weh can't fix.
    That thing is broken and it can't be fixed.
    • 1986, C. Davies, Poetry Wales, volume 22, page 33:
      “Miss Lize, Eena de middle a de night, Yuh shoulda hear di nize. [] Tap, mah, mi noh done yet. For de husban' whey dem beat up still a wait fi im bruck foot set . []
      Miss Lisa, You should hear the noise late at night. [] Stop, I'm not finished yet. Because the husband who they beat up is still waiting for his broken leg to heal. []

Verb

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bruck

  1. break
    Car, bus and truck a bruck down.
    Cars, buses, and trucks are breaking down.
    • 2001, Lindsay McNab, Imelda Pilgrim, Marian Slee, Skills in English: 2, →ISBN, page 45:
      “Min' yuh bruck Jane collar-bone, Tom! Tek yuh foot off o' de desk, []
      "Mind you don't break Jane's collarbone, Tom. Don't step on the desk, []
  2. (vulgar, slang) cum, ejaculate
    Luv it when mi sink it you quint it a so mi bruck.
    I love when I go deep inside of you and you contract your vaginal muscles. I can't help but cum.
    • 2012, Iyara, “Whine Up Lyrics - Iyara”, in Metrolyrics[3]:
      “Cocky gone up inna har. She seh she feel sumpn tough inna har. Mi 4 pocket full up wid money but. Mi a fuck till mi bruck inna har. []
      My cock went inside her. She said she felt something hard inside her. My 4 pockets were full of cash. I fucked her until I came inside of her. []

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References

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  • bruck – jamaicans.com Jamaican Patois dictionary

Lower Sorbian

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Noun

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bruck m animal

  1. diminutive of bruk (beetle)

Further reading

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  • Muka, Arnošt (1921, 1928) “bruck”, in Słownik dolnoserbskeje rěcy a jeje narěcow (in German), St. Petersburg, Prague: ОРЯС РАН, ČAVU; Reprinted Bautzen: Domowina-Verlag, 2008
  • Starosta, Manfred (1999) “bruck”, in Dolnoserbsko-nimski słownik / Niedersorbisch-deutsches Wörterbuch (in German), Bautzen: Domowina-Verlag