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Brochan (brachen, brochen) is a gruel (oatmeal dish) usually with some addition of other ingredients, e.g. honey. It is occasionally used to denote porridge.

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Brochan is an oat based dish, or commonly known as 'porridge'

In Scottish Gaelic: lite or brochan. In Irish Gaelic: leite

In Scottish Gaelic it means 'porridge'. In Irish Gaelic it can mean 'porridge' but spelled brochán/brachán.

the tune is brochan lom (thin porridge) but does anyone know the (nonsense?0 words?

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern --O-H-N. That is, seven letter words with 3rd letter O and 5th letter H and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brochan moorhen woodhen

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 4 words with the pattern --OC--N. That is, seven letter words with 3rd letter O and 4th letter C and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brochan crocein slocken trocken

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 10 words with the pattern -R--HA-. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter R and 5th letter H and 6th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: brachah brecham brechan brochan orishas sradhas trishaw trochal trochar urethan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 10 words with the pattern ----HAN. That is, seven letter words with 5th letter H and 6th letter A and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: ataghan barchan barkhan brechan brochan clachan darshan tulchan urethan xanthan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern B--C-AN. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 4th letter C and 6th letter A and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: barchan brechan brochan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern B-OC--N. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 3rd letter O and 4th letter C and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brochan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 12 words with the pattern B---HA-. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 5th letter H and 6th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: barchan barkhan benthal berthas brachah brecham brechan brochan buddhas bugshas buqshas burghal

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 9 words with the pattern B---H-N. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 5th letter H and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: barchan barkhan beechen benthon birchen bitchen brechan brochan burthen

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 12 words with the pattern ---C-AN. That is, seven letter words with 4th letter C and 6th letter A and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: apician barchan brechan brochan clachan crucian dulcian fructan grecian lyncean subclan tulchan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 8 words with the pattern -R--H-N. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter R and 5th letter H and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brechan brochan freshen greyhen gryphon urethan writhen wrythen

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 5 words with the pattern -R-C-AN. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter R and 4th letter C and 6th letter A and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brechan brochan crucian fructan grecian

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 5 words with the pattern B-OCH--. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 3rd letter O and 4th letter C and 5th letter H. In alphabetical order, they are: biochip brochan broched broches brochos

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern BR--HAN. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 2nd letter R and 5th letter H and 6th letter A and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brechan brochan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern BROC--N. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 2nd letter R and 3rd letter O and 4th letter C and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: brochan

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 12 words with the pattern -ROCH--. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter R and 3rd letter O and 4th letter C and 5th letter H. In alphabetical order, they are: brochan broched broches brochos croches crochet trochal trochar trochee troches trochil trochus

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 19 words with the pattern ---CH-N. That is, seven letter words with 4th letter C and 5th letter H and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: barchan beechen birchen bitchen brechan brochan catchen clachan fauchon kinchin kitchen larchen leuchen marchen scuchin torchon tulchan witchen zecchin

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 23 words with the pattern B----AN. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 6th letter A and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: baracan barchan barkhan baseman batsman beadman bedeman begroan bellman beltman billman birdman boatman bodhran bogbean bogyman bondman bookman brahman brechan brochan bushman byreman

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 26 words with the pattern ---CHA-. That is, seven letter words with 4th letter C and 5th letter H and 6th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: barchan brachah brecham brechan brochan canchas chichas clachan conchae conchal conchas datchas epochal epochas gotchas kacchas kwachas lorchas morchas onychas panchax paschal teuchat trochal trochar tulchan

Mouth Music ?I'm from Glasgow, Scotland and I'm sorry to say I've never heard of Scottish Mouth Music. Maybe it is played in the Highlands and/or Islands of Scotland where much of the traditional folk music comes from. Yes, it exists!I'm from Edinburgh, Scotland, and I can confidently say that mouth music, or Puirt a Bheul, was a major part of Scottish culture in the 1700s, after the Jacobite rebellions of 1715 and 1745. The Government tried to put down everything Scottish(wrong Highland), banning kilts (but only in the Highlands not the lowlands), bagpipes (wrong - myth) and Scottish folk dancing (wrong). To combat this, mouth music basically is like a Celtic form of scat, imitating instruments with nonsense words in Gaelic. A famous example is Brochan Lom, which has the (nonsensical) Gaelic words 'Brochan Lom, Tana Lom/Brochan Lom an Suin' repeated many times to the tune of 'Orange and Black' It has since gone into a bit of a decline, which explains my fellow countryman's lack of knowledge.The main purpose of mouth music was the conveyance of music in the absence of scripted music. In some instances the mouth music was incorporated into the song. It's a bit like having an instrumental in the middle of a song - except it's played by the voice instead of an instrument. Pipers still use mouth music to orally explain fingering, runs, throws etc in a particular piece. Mouth music may have become more popular with the banning of the pipes (never happened) after the 45 but it was practiced well before CE Stuart traipsed about the heilins. The instrument that really took hold with the banning of the pipes (never happened) was the fiddle with great composers such as Daniel Dow producing their work in the late 18th century. The decline of the pipes had more to do with the breaking up of the clan system and the lack of sponsorship by the Chiefs combined with economic migration to the cities and colonies, not very romantic I know.CaveatIt may exist but the reasons cited above for it cited have long been disproved. The Pipes (nor Scottish folk dancing) were never banned after Culloden and for Scottish above read Highland. For answers on the banning of Kilts and Pipes see separate answers.

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 47 words with the pattern B--CH--. That is, seven letter words with 1st letter B and 4th letter C and 5th letter H. In alphabetical order, they are: bacchic bacchii barchan batched batcher batches bauchle beached beaches beechen beeches belched belcher belches benched bencher benches biochip birched birchen birches bitched bitchen bitches blucher bosches botched botcher botches bouchee bouches boychik brachah braches brachet brachia brecham brechan brochan broched broches brochos bruchid bunched bunches butcher butches

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 85 words with the pattern ----HA-. That is, seven letter words with 5th letter H and 6th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: aphthae ataghan barchan barkhan benthal berthas brachah brecham brechan brochan buddhas bugshas buqshas burghal calthas canchas canthal chichas clachan conchae conchal conchas cumshaw darshan datchas duhkhas dukkhas epochal epochas geishas gingham gnathal gotchas hardhat ijtihad kacchas kanghas kanthas kwachas lorchas lymphad malthas marshal mokshas morchas murrhas narwhal nilghai nilghau nylghai nylghau nymphae nymphal onychas orishas padshah pakehas panchax paschal pulkhas rakshas rhaphae rikshaw sabkhah sabkhas sabkhat sambhar sanghat shishas shophar siddhas spathal sradhas sulphas taiahas teuchat trishaw trochal trochar tulchan urethan woolhat xantham xanthan yarphas


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