Additional information Bagrat:

additionalArmenian and Georgian form of BAGADATA. This name was borne by several Georgian kings, though it is now uncommon there.


Definition funny of Bagrat:

urbanan indian gentleman with a taste for cocaine and large nostrils

urbanlook at bagrat, he's like a hoover!!

urbanderived from the german word Taschenratte It describes an animal, usually a dog, that is so little it can fit in a handbag/purse. Paris Hilton hers died under mysterious circumstances.

urbanTHAT is a dog?? I thought it was a bagrat.


Songs about Bagrat:

songsMemento (Feat. Bagrat) by Soliery from the Album Deeply Rooted - Best of 7 Years

songsMemento (Feat. Bagrat) by Soliery from the Album Extract - Deep House Edition, Vol. 2

songsMemento (Feat. Bagrat) by Soliery from the Album Changes EP

songsMemento (Feat. Bagrat) by Soliery from the Album City Life - The Best Of 2010

songsMemento (Feat. Bagrat) by Soliery from the Album Under the Surface Appears Real Beauty, Vol. 2


Books about Bagrat:

booksBagrat, episkop tavromeni?ski?: gruzinski? tekst po rukopisi?a?m XI v (Russian Edition) by Evagrius (Jan 1, 1904)


booksRoi de Georgie: David IV de Georgie, Georges Ier de Georgie, Bagrat III de Georgie, David X de Karthli, Bagrat... by Source Wikipedia (2011)

booksBagrat III

booksBagrat, episkop Tavromeniyskiy. Gruzinskiy tekst po rukopisyam XI v.

booksBagrat Shinkuba. Proza (1988)

booksUlubabyan, Bagrat Arshakovich


Wiki information Bagrat:

Bagrat III of Georgia
Monarch, Person, Deceased Person, Family member, Politician, Noble person

Bagrat III, of the Georgian Bagrationi dynasty, was King of the Abkhazians from 978 on and King of Georgia from 1008 on. As with other Georgian monarchs he was commonly known by the monarchical title Mepe. He united these two titles by dynastic...

Bagrat IV of Georgia
Monarch, Noble person, Family member, Deceased Person, Person, Politician

Bagrat IV, of the Bagrationi dynasty, was the King of Georgia from 1027 to 1072. During his long and eventful reign, Bagrat sought to repress the great nobility and to secure Georgia's sovereignty from the Byzantine and Seljuqid empires. In a series...