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Brocht, n. [? Gael. brùchd, a bursting forth, a belch.] A retch. — Ben ower the barr he gave a brocht, And laid among them sic a lochet [sic], With eructavit cor meum; 1583 Sempill Sat. P. xlv. 143.

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