Anar

Origin : Azerbaijani,

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Anar Expression, Anar Soul Urge, Anar Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Anar:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest

additional

Additional information Anar:

additionalMeans "will understand" in Azerbaijani.

songs

Songs about Anar:

songsAnar Anar - Bandari by Jalal Hemati from the Album Best of 90's Persian Music Vol 10 - Bandari Songs

songsAnar Anar by Morteza from the Album Daye Daye

songsGol E Anar by Bijan Bijani from the Album Iran Zamin(Persian Classical Music)

songsAmor, No Vull Anar-Me'n Nord Enlla by Maria Del Mar Bonet from the Album Breviari D'Amor

songsAmor. No Vull Anar-Me'n Nord Enllà by Jordi Sabatés from the Album Solos De piano, Duets Amb Santi Arisa

songsAnar by Vaheed Kaascemy from the Album Anar

songsAnar by Marciana from the Album Connexions

books

Books about Anar:

booksAnar i tornar de la Taverna Pilsen (Els llibres de l'Escorpi) (Catalan Edition) by J. M Munoz Pujol (1995)

booksAnar. kern by Marc Revest (1974)

booksAnar a l ecola a Catalunya by Varios (1996)

booksPaul Delesalle, un anar [sic] de la Belle Epoque (Les Inconnus de l'histoire) (French Edition) by Jean Maitron (1985)

booksgraine d'anar by Collectif

booksGeorges Brassens : Tome 1 / L'Anar Bon Enfant (Les Classiques Compacts) by Alphonse Bonnafé and Alphonse Bonnafe (1988)

booksDel Anar by Farzaneh Raji (2005)

wiki

Wiki information Anar:

Anarchism
Political ideology, Periodical Subject, Literature Subject, Quotation Subject

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Anarchy
Media genre, Comic Book Genre

Anarchy has more than one definition. Some use the term "Anarchy" to refer to a society without a publicly enforced government. When used in this sense, anarchy may or may not be intended to imply political disorder or lawlessness within a society....