Definition funny of Annat:

urban1. Billy code for 'a gnat'. 2. Slang term for the name Annay. 3. To take a shower with iced tea as the soap. 4. A term for somebody with the name Anna having a last name starting with T.

urban-Hey look, there's Annat! -Oh, you must mean Annay. -Damn...annat is here! -Dude, don't you mean 'a gnat'?


Songs about Annat:

songsAllting Går Över (Till Nånting Annat) by Fredrik Jonsson from the Album Aldrig Som Dom

songsAnnat att göra by Skipper from the Album Dockrock

songsAnnat blod by Musikkollektivet from the Album Krigarsjäl

songsAnnat land by Hobby from the Album Hobby

songsAnnat Mulle Taivaan by Kaija Lustila from the Album Näiden Tähtien Alla

songsAtt komma från ett annat land by Polaren Napoleon from the Album Polaren Napoleon med bästisen Per

songsDet enda som bar nar allting annat vacklar by Mia Fogel from the Album Livsnära: Psalmer och sånger


Books about Annat:

booksSveriges historia: underbara öden, fornstora dar, gyllene tider och annat ljug (Swedish Edition) by Mikael Shainkman (Aug 10, 2014)

booksAnnat: Webster's Timeline History, 1548 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)

booksEen handbook, ther vthi döpelsen och annat meer christeligha förhandlas. Förbättrat och förmerat. Stocholm. Anno... by Unknown Contributor (Jun 2, 2014)

booksEn Annan Tid, Ett Annat Liv by Leif GW Persson (2003)

booksUr Mina Memoarer Och Annat & Med Penna Och Tallpipa - Skrifter Av Albert Engstrom by Albert Engstrom (1941)

booksEine andere Zeit, ein anderes Leben -: Roman (German Edition) by Leif GW Persson and Gabriele Haefs (Jan 31, 2013)

booksEnsamma Mamman "och annat genialt" In Swedish


Wiki information Annat:

Ingredient, Food, Organism Classification

Annatto, sometimes called roucou or achiote, is derived from the seeds of the achiote trees of tropical and subtropical regions around the world. The seeds are sourced to produce a carotenoid-based yellow to orange food coloring and flavor. Its scent...

François Annat
Deceased Person, Person

François Annat was a French Jesuit, theologian, writer, and one of the foremost opponents of Jansenism. He was born in Rodes, and entered the novitiate of the Society of Jesus on 16 February 1607. He was professor of philosophy for six years, and...