Meaning : From The Broad Ford, From the broad ford,
Origin : English,
Pronunciation : BRAD-fərd ,
Used : Transferred use of the surname arising from English place-names composed of the Old English elements brad (broad) and ford (a ford, a place to cross a river). Short: Brad.,
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Numerology information Bradford:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Bradford:
Originally an English Surname
English Meaning: The name Bradford is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Bradford is: From the broad ford.
American Meaning: The name Bradford is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Bradford is: From the broad ford.
From a surname which originally came from a place name that meant "broad ford" in Old English.
Definition funny of Bradford:
A northern town full of pakis, chavs, real men, hard bastards, murders and frequent riots. Not to be fucked with.
Southerner: Where are you from? Bradfordian: Bradford, mate. Southerner: Ouch, I hear it's rough up there. If I were to venture into that particular area, I'd need to take my mummy for company. Bradfordian: Fuck off, you soft southern cunt.
The capital of packistan
" jeus christ bradford is swaming with them"
A fine city in the West Riding of Yorkshire consisting of roughly half a million inhabitants, with an undeserved reputation. Full of friendly folk and fantastic scenery, Bradford is one of the nicest cities in the country. Popular misconceptions include that the city is small, unclean, unfriendly and unkept. Many even go as far to say as it is a suburb of Leeds. Bradford is the seventh biggest city in the country, has won awards for being the cleanest in the country, is one of the few remaining places that you can smile at somebody and they will smile back, and the city's Lister Park has recently been awarded the Best Park in the UK Award after a recent renovation. Spontanious conversations occur with the people you least expect, people are genuine, care about how you are and are without doubt some of the most helpful around. Whilst not renowned for its nightlife, Bradford doesn't fair too badly, with the Rock, Indie and Alternative scene firmly established at venues around the city including Bradford Rio, the Gasworks, the Market Tavern, Exchange Bar and Delius, all of which are amazing, excusing the sticky floor. Mainstream pubs, clubs and restaurants also enjoy a presence in the city. Bradford City Centre is home to one of the finest collections of Victorian Architecture in the country, with the City Hall being the most obvious and glamorous example. However, to avoid the crowds (there's a Wetherspoon's over the road], head to the Wool Exchange, St George's Hall or Little Germany for some equally impressive buildings. Other (non Victorian) buildings include the 1930s classically styled Alhambra Theatre, the Edwardian Cathedral and a plethora of more modern and up-to-date buildings, to shortly include a brand new shopping and office development in the Broadway area of the city centre. Bradford is home to Britain's most-visited museum outside London, the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Britain's only Colour Museum, a fantastic Industrial Museum and an art gallery at Cartwright Hall, to name but a few interesting days out. There is very little crime in Bradford compared with the rest of the country (check out upmystreet.com if you don't believe me) and its major problem lies with the lack of civic pride from its citizens, which even people from such places as Liverpool and Middlesbrough manage to muster. So before you give this the thumbs down, if you live here just have a look around you and see what amazing things we have, and if you don't give us a try - I'm sure you'll like it!
I'm going to Bradford on my holidays!
A city in the North of England, roughly 7 miles West of Leeds, 40 miles east of Manchester, 60 miles east of Liverpool, 60 miles west of Hull, 160 miles north-north-west of Cambridge. Bradford is home to a diverse community of people, which is evidenced in the range of cuisine available at the various eateries in the city. It is perhaps most noted for the many eateries selling cuisine from South Asia, although curry is by no means the only dish on the menu, as many restaurants exist in the district with a wide choice of food. Bradford has a perhaps undeserved reputation amongst British citizens as a city of decline and misery, however, a visit or two to the many attractions of the city should soon put this misguided vision right.
Expression information Bradford:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Bradford:
People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.
Songs about Bradford:
Medley: P/M Raymond Bradford / Drew Macintosh / Alan MacPherson of Mosspark / Lauren's Melody / Miss Drummond... by Canterbury Caledonian Society Pipe Band from the Album World Pipe Band Championships 2014, Part 1
Angels We Have Heard on High (arr. B. Bradford) by Utah Chamber Artists Choir from the Album Joyous Day!
Room 411 (1984/Live At Bradford High School, Starke, FL) by Jerry Clower from the Album More Clower Power
Snook's Prey (Live ( Bradford High School)) by Jerry Clower from the Album More Clower Power
Crack, W.L. And Rover (1984/Live At Bradford High School, Starke, FL) by Jerry Clower from the Album More Clower Power
Bradford Boogie by Duke Robillard from the Album Passport To The Blues
Suo Gan (arr. B. Bradford) by Utah Chamber Artists Choir from the Album Joyous Day!
Books about Bradford:
Works of Darkness: Christian Romantic Suspense (A Matt Foley/Sara Bradford Novel Book 1) by V. B. Tenery (Mar 26, 2014)
The Illusion of Conscious Will (Bradford Books) by Daniel M. Wegner (Aug 11, 2003)
Vision Science: Photons to Phenomenology by Stephen E. Palmer (May 7, 1999)
Elbow Room: The Varieties of Free Will Worth Wanting by Daniel C. Dennett (Nov 21, 1984)
Honest Signals: How They Shape Our World (Bradford Books) by Alex Pentland (Sep 24, 2010)
Streetlights and Shadows: Searching for the Keys to Adaptive Decision Making (Bradford Books) by Gary Klein (Sep 30, 2011)
The Computational Beauty of Nature: Computer Explorations of Fractals, Chaos, Complex Systems, and Adaptation by Gary William Flake (Jan 31, 2000)
Movies about Bradford:
Barbara Taylor Bradford's A Woman of Substance Season 1 1985 NR CC - Directed by: Don Sharp
Barbara Taylor Bradford's Hold the Dream Season 1 1986 NR - Directed by: Don Sharp
Barbara Taylor Bradford's To Be the Best Season 1 1992 - Directed by: Tony Wharmby
Being Bradford Dillman [HD] 2013 TV-G CC - Runtime: 11 mins Starring: Natasha Holberton and Morwenna Banks Directed by: Emma Burch
The Ex-Mrs. Bradford 1936 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 21 mins Starring: William Powell, Jean Arthur, et al. Directed by: Stephen Roberts
Steve Ellis's Love Affair - Last Tango in Bradford 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Steve Ellis Directed by: Brian Wakerley
William Bradford - The First Thanksgiving - Animated Hero Classics 2001 - Runtime: 30 mins
Wiki information Bradford:
Bradford lies at the heart of the City of Bradford, a metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire, in Northern England. It is situated in the foothills of the Pennines, 8.6 miles west of Leeds, and 16 miles northwest of Wakefield. Bradford became a...
Bradford City Association Football Club is an English association football club based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The club participate in League One, the third tier in the English football league system, in the 2014–15 season. The club was founded...