Numerology information Choda:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Definition funny of Choda:

urbanarea between your bag and your asshole

urbanJamie Johnsons mom really worked my choda yesterday, I wont be able to ride my bike for a week

urbanThe stretch of skin (usually furry in nature) which connects the genitals to the asshole. a.k.a. - taint, gouch, furry freeway

urbanMy ass is practically hairless, however i have a veritable forest of pubic on my choda.

urbanPerenium - the soft, fleshy section between the scrotum (or vagina) and the poop chute

urbana.k.a. "T'aint" - "T'aint muh balls and t'aint muh ass!"

urbanThe area between your bag and your asshole. On a woman called a chin rest.


Songs about Choda:

songsChoda by Interrogate from the Album Scarred for Life [Explicit]

songsChoda Kone Ke Chabm Nabare by Amir Shahsar from the Album Botec'hin

songsHumne Ghar Choda Hai by Instrumental from the Album Aamir Khan Vol-5

songsJay Hanuman Abhi Sawan Me Choda by Ratan Ratnesh from the Album Maina Ke Damad No 1

songsKana Choda by The Map Marimba Band from the Album Tears of Joy

songsMarde-Choda God's People I by Ahura from the Album Ahura Live

songsMarde-Choda Improvisation Ii by Ahura from the Album Ahura Live


Books about Choda:

booksThe Telugu Chodas of Kanduru: History, Art and Architecture by Satyanarayana G. Rao (Dec 1987)

booksThe Telugu Chodas of Kanduru: History, art and architecture by G Satyanarayana Rao (1987)

booksAn Drúcht ceóidh. Amhrán trí-choda by Carl Gibert Hardebeck (1937)

booksAn Fuiseógin ruadh. Amhrán trí-choda,etc by Carl Gibert Hardebeck (1936)


Wiki information Choda:


Choda, Chaudra or Koda is an ancient Indian tribal group described in the Manusmriti, which says that, because of the omission of sacred Brahmanical rituals/codes and of their not heeding to the Brahmins, some noble Kshatriyas have gradually...

Nanne Choda
Author, Person

Nanne Choda was a famous Telugu poet and belongs to a family of Telugu Cholas. He holds the titles Tekanadityudu and Kaviraja Sikhamani. He is regarded as the first composer of Prabandha.