Meaning : Banjo,

Origin : English,

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Banjo Expression, Banjo Soul Urge, Banjo Inner Dream


Numerology information Banjo:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Additional information Banjo:

additionalAustralian name


Definition funny of Banjo:

urbanA bluegrass instrument which is given as an apology in the American south.

urbanBrad was hit in the face by Ronnie. Ronnie got him a banjo to say i'm sorry.

urbanan incredibly pimped out instrument that picks up mad bitches. requires skill to be played and cannot be improved by computers in order to make it sound listenable (like every other type of music).

urbani was playing my banjo last night and this girl wanted to throw me some brain. so i let her.

urbanA instrument played by young girls around campfires and sounds good with songs like "somewhere over the rainbow".

urbansropes: ima go and play ma ukulele and jam out. jdubs: ummm...i think thats a banjo... sropes:NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

urbanA blowjob under the table at a Nando's restaurant


Songs about Banjo:

songsHole in the Bucket (Banjo & Fiddle Duet) by Astrograss from the Album Barnyard Bluegrass

songsDueling Banjos by Eric Weissberg & Deliverance from the Album Dueling Banjos (US Release)

songsBanjo by Rascal Flatts from the Album Banjo

songsDueling Banjos by Blueridge Mountain Bluegrass Band from the Album Deliverance - Dueling Banjos - Music from the Landmark Film

songsBanjo by Rascal Flatts from the Album Changed (Deluxe Version) [+Digital Booklet]

songsBanjo by Rascal Flatts from the Album Changed [+Digital Booklet]

songsDuelling Banjos by David Garrett from the Album David Garrett (Amazon Exclusive Version)


Books about Banjo:

booksBanjo For Dummies: Book + Online Video & Audio Instruction by Bill Evans (Jan 28, 2014)

booksBanjo Aerobics: A 50-Week Workout Program for Developing, Improving and Maintaining Banjo Technique (Book/CD) by Michael Bremer (Jul 1, 2013)

booksBANJO CHORD FINDER 6X9 by Hal Leonard Corp. (Apr 1, 2003)

booksBanjo Primer (Book & audio CD) (Watch & Learn) by Geoff Hohwald (Mar 1, 1988)

booksMelodic Banjo by Tony Trischka (Jan 1, 1992)

booksClawhammer Banjo by Miles Krassen (Dec 31, 1974)

booksBanjo: A Novel by Claude McKay (Oct 21, 1970)


Movies about Banjo:

moviesGive Me The Banjo 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins Starring: Bela Fleck, Dom Flemons, et al. Directed by: Marc Fields

moviesBeginning Banjo Volume 1 2007 G - Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins Starring: Murphy Henry Directed by: Murphy Henry

moviesGive Me the Banjo 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 22 mins Starring: Steve Martin and Bela Fleck Directed by: Marc Fields

moviesHave Gun Will Travel: Season 3 1957 NR - Runtime: 14 hrs 8 mins Starring: Richard Boone, Ken Lynch, Brad Weston, et al. Directed by: Richard Boone, Alvin Ganzer, et al.

moviesHow To Play The Banjo Volume 1 2008 TV-G -

moviesBanjo Lessons: Learn how to play 5 string Bluegrass Banjo, Bluegrass songs instructional lesson video. 2006 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins Starring: Avram Siegel Directed by: Music Star Productions

moviesClassic Bluegrass Banjo Solos DVD 2003 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Tony Trischka Directed by: Happy Traum


Wiki information Banjo:

Musical instrument, Exhibition subject, Art Subject, Musical Performance Role

The banjo is a four-, five- or six-stringed instrument with a thin membrane stretched over a frame or cavity as a resonator. The membrane is typically a piece of animal skin or plastic, and the frame is typically circular. Early forms of the...

Banjo Paterson
Military Person, Name source, Lyricist, Author, Film story contributor, Deceased Person, Person

Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson OBE was an Australian bush poet, journalist, author, and Georgist activist. He wrote many ballads and poems about Australian life, focusing particularly on the rural and outback areas, including the district around...

Comments and insights on the name Banjo:
Personal experiences with the name Banjo:

I named my son Banjo (born 2012). His father and I decided on the name before he was even conceived because I am a banjo player and his father is a drummer. We are both great lovers of music and both enjoy the newer styles of bluegrass and bands like The Avett Brothers, who use a banjo a great deal in their songs. Although we're both southerners, Florida and Georgia born, we're definitely not hillbillies as I'm sure most people would assume by our sons name. When people ask us his name their responses are extremely varied.. Anywhere from "I love it!", to a blank stare because they don't know what to say. I did get cold feet when the midwives who delivered him asked for exact spelling while filing out the birth certificate, but all in all I believe the name suits his eccentric little, one year old personality. One thing is for sure, I don't worry about him feeling common growing up... I like people to feel unique... Everyone else can keep their "Liams", "Emmas", and "Taylors", I'll keep my Banjo :))

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Meanings and history of the name Banjo:

Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson was a poet who wrote the lyrics to the song "Walzing Matilda" which is the unofficial national song of Australia. He also wrote the Man from snowy river a long poem on which athe movie is based and is considered Australia's first poet. Banjo Paterson's image also appears on the (AUD - Australian Dollar) $10 note.

Banjo Clarke was a great Australian Aboriginal Activist who with Eddie Marbo were the fathers of the Aboriginal Land Rights movement which gave back millions of acres in the 1970's and since to be governed by their original indiginous custodians. He was born a wisdom man and became a great story teller. Through telling the history of the Aboriginals, shining a light on the terrible way they were treated by whites, and sharing his life story, Banjo Clarke opens a book of world history and life lessons to his readers.

Banjo is not an uncommon name in Australia. It is very popular in Aboriginal communities but has had a comeback in white communities since the reconcilliation movement of the last decade.

Famous real-life people named Banjo:

Famous Poet named Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson who wrote Waltzing Matilda.

Banjo Clarke one of the great Aboriginal spiritual and political leaders led the 1970's land rights movement resulting in the groundbreaking Marbo rule in the Australian High court.

Son of actress Rachel Griffiths

Banjo in song, story & screen:

There was a character in the movie "My Side of the Mountain" named Banjo.

Banjo was a character in The Man Who came to Dinner and was played by Jimmy Durante.

Banjo Canon is the main character in the award wining children's book The Runaway Dinner and The Pencil


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