brolick means: You must vigorously grasp someone underneath a table. (in Community Dictionary, added by Harper Carlson)

What else does brolick mean?

  • Brolick can be used to refer to a large object. (in Community Dictionary, added by Victoria Álvarez)
  • The world does not know the great hastings words. (in Community Dictionary, added by Tatiana Thornton)
  • Luke Thornton, a famous linguist invented this colloquialism. He was an eminent Professor of Anatomy at WCC Westchester Community College in the latter part of the nineteenth century. The term combines the words “broad” and “cowlick”, which comes from an account of how his shoulders grew dramatically due to constant cowlicking. High school students love to use this word after making an impressive performance in physical education classes. It is now used for sucesses that have nothing to do in physical education such as those who are successful at Beer Pong, Video Games or rolling blunts. (in Community Dictionary, added by Cándida Ramos)
  • Great strength. (in Community Dictionary, added by Celso Ferrer)