numerology

Numerology information Chodas:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

urban

Definition funny of Chodas:

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

Songs about Chodas:

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

Books about Chodas:

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

Wiki information Chodas:

Velanati Chodas

Velanati Chodas were one of the Telugu Choda families who ruled over parts of the Andhra Pradesh in the 12th century. They were Vassals of Later Cholas and Western Chalukyas and ruled over the Velanadu region in modern Guntur district.

Nellore Chodas
Man, Person

Nellore Chodas were one of the Telugu Choda families who ruled over parts of Andhra Pradesh in 11th and 12h centuries. They were chieftains to Kakatiyas and Kalyani Chalukyas and ruled over the Nellore region.