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Definition funny of Anse:
Noun: Someone who is a snitch, rat, traitor or someone who betrays people close to them. Adj: A snitch or traitor (Anse, ansed, ansing)
Noun: Tim: Hey guys! You know that dude Judas? Jay: Yeah that dude was a total anse. Adj: Craig: So...I accidentally told the cops that all my weed was yours so I could get a better deal. Rob: What?! You totally ansed me bro!
Songs about Anse:
Two Step de l'anse aux pailles by The Cajun Strangers from the Album Valse a deux temps
Alman, Anses anglaises by Julien Skowron, Georges Guillard La Maurache from the Album Chansons vertes, gaillardes et coquines au temps de François 1er et Henri IV
Anse beni by Djagassa from the Album Djagassa (La compile)
Anse duye by Wendo Kolosoy from the Album Marie Louise
Anse La Raye (Carnival! Mix) by Cotton & Gin from the Album There Can Be No Music Without Idealogy
Anse la raye (Carnival! Mix) by Cotton & Gin from the Album Anse la Raye
Anse La Raye (Complex Single Mix) by Cotton & Gin from the Album Cotton & Gin's Molotov Sampler
Books about Anse:
Gateway to the Vikings: L'Anse aux Meadows by Randall Morris (Jan 7, 2014)
The Viking Discovery of America: The Excavation of a Norse Settlement in L'Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland by Helge Ingstad and Anne Stine Ingstad (Oct 2001)
Tale of the Devil: The Biography of Devil Anse Hatfield by Dr. Coleman C. Hatfield and Robert Spence and F. Keith Davis (Oct 1, 2012)
The Tale of the Devil: The Biography of Devil Anse Hatfield by Dr.Coleman Hatfield, Robert Y. Spence, Keith Davis and Woodland Press (Jul 1, 2008)
The Other Feud: William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield in the Civil War by Philip Hatfield PhD (Jun 2, 2011)
Jenny of L'Anse Bay (Great Lakes Romances Book 11) by Donna Winters (Mar 16, 2014)
The Other Feud: William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield in the Civil War by Dr. Philip Hatfield (Jun 26, 2011)
Wiki information Anse:
Anse is a commune in the Rhône department in eastern France. It is situated on the river Saône, approx. 7 km south of Villefranche-sur-Saône.
William Anderson Hatfield — known as Devil Anse Hatfield — was the patriarch of the Hatfield clan during the infamous Hatfield–McCoy feud which has since formed a part of American folklore. Devil Anse himself survived the feud and agreed to end it in...