Broker n. A person or entity who, for a commission or a fee, brings together buyers and sellers of property or services and, while acting as the agent of one or both of the parties, helps them negotiate contracts.
Brokerage n. 1 The business or office of a broker. 2 A broker's commission or fee.
Brother n. A traditional terms of collegiality, by which lawyers or judges refer to one another. When referring to more than one, the plural, brethren, is used.
Buggery n. Anal sex with another person or with an animal.
Bugging v. Intercepting, listening to, or recording a conversation, usually done covertly, by the use of an electronic device.