Brochs

Brochs, dry-stone circular towers, called also Picts' towers and Duns, with thick Cyclopean walls, a single doorway, and open to the sky, found on the edge of straths or lochs in the N. and W. of Scotland.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Brochant de Villiers * Brocken
Brittany
Britton, John
Brixton
Broad Arrow
Broad Bottom Ministry
Broad Church
Broads, The Norfolk
Brob`dingnag
Broca, Paul
Brochant de Villiers
Brochs
Brocken
Brockhaus, Friedrich Arnold
Brocoliando
Brodie, Sir Benjamin
Brodie, William
Broglie, Albert
Broglie, Charles Victor, Duc de
Broglie, Victor François, Duc de
Broke, Sir Philip Bowes Vere
Bromberg