Urban expression Brother From Another Mother
A term used to describe a good friend that you have known almost your whole life. The word “brother” is used because the friend is extremely close to you to the point that he is almost like your brother–but from a different mother. And that rhymes. And you know that rhymes. Admit it!
“What’s happenin’ my brother from another mother?”
by Elmer Jan 20, 2005
- a friend to whom you are not related but spend most of your time with especially around their home.
- a person who almost lives with you after abandonment by their parents or their running away from their parents.
My brother from another mother eats with us every night cause his moms a late night hooker
Brother From Another Mother
This term obviously comes from the phenomenon of women having children with multiple partners. Although it’s been adopted to mean an especially close friend, its roots have to be as an organic language creation to cover a blood relationship for which there was no existing term — along the lines of “brother-in-law.”
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I always thought the term was used to show solidarity between gang members.
It is said that an ancient philosopher named Ryan pothin (also greatest chef) first said this in 1994
From someone with a “play around” father!!!!!!
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from the old days