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Numerology information Auria:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Auria:
Easily confused with a popular American biscuit. One who is mischievous and highly addicted to strip poker when pissed!
Auria's been drinking again, better get the cards ready!
The other most beautiful woman on earth :)
a bitch mofo with a flappy who can't even fuckin talk right, and humps cats every chance he gets. He also pretends to masturbate at school, but when people talk about anal and erections he says "ewwwwww" like a homo and he doesn't know shit. He even thinks that tea bagging is pouring hot tea on someone elses sack. He also disses people for o reason. He is probably more of a dumb ass than george bush!
"you dumb-ass you're such an auria!"
Songs about Auria:
Auria by Silent Signals from the Album An Emotion Picture
The Seahorse Race (Feat. David Messick, Kenny D'auria, Frank Mai by Rainbow Puppet Productions from the Album The Amazing Adventures of Chessie the Manatee
So Long Friend (Feat. Kenny D'auria, David Messick, Don Barlett, by Rainbow Puppet Productions from the Album The Amazing Adventures of Chessie the Manatee
So Real (feat. Auria, Diky) by Kris Daddy from the Album Education pour les youth
Books about Auria:
AURIA, LADY OF FIRE by Dee Moir (Apr 17, 2013)
The Fading of Auria by Mia Coleman and Mia Coleman (Aug 6, 2013)
Auria's Guardian by Loyette and Lupi (Oct 1, 2002)
Auria's Guardian by Loyette And Lupi (Sep 15, 2006)
Politica, cultura e filosofia in Roma antica (Biblioteca M. D'Auria) (Italian Edition) by Alberto Grilli (2000)
El Somni de Gregor Samsa (COL.LECCIO POESIA AURIA)
Poesia Completa-II Viladot (COL.LECCIO POESIA AURIA)
Wiki information Auria:
The gens Auria was a Roman family at Larinum in southern Italy, known chiefly from Cicero's oration, Pro Cluentio.
Domenico Auria was an Italian architect and sculptor of the Renaissance period, active in Naples. He was a pupil of Marliano da Nola. He is also known as Giovanni Domenico or Giovan Domenico Auria, or Domenico d'Auria.