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Numerology information Bla:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Bla:
a word having the ability of replacing any other word when said other word is not heard or does not desire to be heard. when repeated, used to indicate to another person that the subject of conversation is of no interest, usually accompanied by putting fingers in their ears.
A: We need to talk. B(out loud or silently): Bla...bla...bla...bla...
The best most amazing boyfriend a girl could have! He is a sweet and loving teddybear who always knows how to make a girl laugh and smile! He's super cute and very handsome. Blas is a sarcastic ass sometimes but never to his girl. He takes care of those he cares about and is very loyal. He's all around an amazing and sexy guy who any girl would be lucky to be able to call their own!
That sweet amazing guy over there is Blas. He's my amazing boyfriend! I love him!
adj: great, awesome, the best thing to ever happen to the world, teh shit
Man I am so blas
a universal phrase for just about anything, usually not very descriptive
Songs about Bla:
En el muelle de San Blás by Maná from the Album En el Muelle de San Blas / Selva Negra
Bla Bla Bla [Explicit] by Lord Bishop Rocks from the Album Peace Action 69 [Explicit]
La Caceria (A Donde Vas... Conejo Blas) by Cri-Cri from the Album Las 100 Clasicas De Cri Cri Vol. 2
En el muelle de San Blás by Maná from the Album Sueños Liquidos
Bla Bla Bla by Gigi D'Agostino from the Album The Essential Gigi D'Agostino
En el muelle de San Blas (Remasterizado digitalmente) by Maná from the Album Exiliados en la Bahia: Lo mejor de Mana (Sencilla)
Bla, Bla, Bla by Samy y Sandra Sandoval from the Album Historias en Nueva York
Books about Bla:
From Enemy's Daughter to Expectant Bride (Harlequin Desire\The Billionaires of Bla) by Olivia Gates (Nov 4, 2014)
El Paisano de Jamaica: el espía de Blas de Lezo (Spanish Edition) by Javier Romero Valentín (Jul 30, 2013)
Ruy Blas (French Edition) by Victor Hugo (Sep 30, 2011)
Gil Blas de Santillane (French Edition) by Alain René Lesage (Sep 30, 2011)
Secrets of San Blas by Charles Farley (Mar 1, 2012)
Scandalously Expecting His Child (Harlequin Desire\The Billionaires of Bla) by Olivia Gates (Dec 2, 2014)
Ruy Blas (Nouvelle édition augmentée) (French Edition) by Victor Hugo (Mar 9, 2014)
Movies about Bla:
The San Blas and The Panama Canal-Voyage of Entr'acte 2011 - Runtime: 1 hr 13 mins
El De La Camisa Negra (Guy in the Bla 2007 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Ernesto D'Alessio Directed by: Ernesto D'Alessio
Naufragos de San Blas 2007 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Jorge Aldama and Lolo Ortiz
Bla Bla Bla 2008 Unrated - Starring: Alvarez Guedez Directed by: Alvarez Guedes
Ruy Blas -
Pack La Pantera Rosa Dibujos Animados; Bla Unrated -
Johann Sebastian Bach - Johannespassion Masaaki Suzuki; Robin Bla Unrated -
Wiki information Bla:
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The sound represented by the letter é in Hungarian (IPA /e/*) only occurs in English as part of a diphthong, so y'all can't help it, but you're pronouncing this name wrong. :-)
Roughly, it's BAY-law. You'll be closer if you can omit the 'y' and 'w'.
For the increasing number of girls saddled with Bela as an alternate spelling of Bella, all I can suggest is to make sure to leave off the acute accent mark.
*Darn thing doesn't let me use square brackets, which are the correct thing to use for International Phonetic Alphabet spellings.
My name is Bela.
Pronounced like Bella.
I'm a girl. Everybody pronounces my name right. MOST of the time. haha
Hungarian (ALWAYS masculine) name, with several possible origins: a diminutive of the Hungarian word "bél" ('insides')*; a Turkic borrowing based on a word meaning 'distinguished'; or a diminutive of a Slavic name in Bel- (such as Beloslav). It was the name of several kings of Hungary; the most notable was the fourth of this name, who had the misfortune of being on the throne when the Mongols invaded in 1241.
*In the early (10th-11th century) records of the names of Hungarians, any everyday word (or phrase) was fair game for use as a name: "seed", "wolf", "forest", "doesn't live", "Friday", and so on.
Bela Lugosi, "Dracula" actor
Bela Bartok, composer
Bela Fleck, bluegrass musician
Bela Phinney Magicneering actress
"Béla Lugosi's Dead," Bauhaus song