Numerology information Croxton:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Definition funny of Croxton:

urbanOne who is talented, easy-on-the-eye, wealthy, sagacious, generous and meek. Applies strictly to the under 30's; a male croxton over 30 is the antithesis of the above definition

urbanThat chap at Cardale design; he's a true Croxton

urbanA frequent misspelling of the words crotch stain, pertaining to penile or clitoral smegma staining of under garments brought about by lascivious and lude thought or behaviour.

urban"Ohno, that porno's given my bags a croxton".


Songs about Croxton:

songsGod Has A Masterplan (feat. Derrick Nixon & Glenda Croxton) by Dj Fella & Anointed Voices from the Album The Greatest Exchange


Books about Croxton:

booksCroxton Play of the Sacrament (Middle English Texts) by John T. Sebastian (Dec 31, 2012)

booksCroxton's raid by Rex Miller (1992)

booksCroxton: The Chronicles of a Village by R. Riley (Aug 1996)

booksA response to "Social Work Professional Standards." (response to Siri Jayaratne, Tom A. Croxton and Debra Mattison... by Brenda J. Duncan (Jul 28, 2005)

booksAn act for dividing and inclosing the open arable fields and common pastures within the parish of Croxton, otherwise... by See Notes Multiple Contributors (Jun 1, 2010)

booksExcavations at North Manor Farm, South Croxton, Leicestershire by Terry Pearce and Jean E. Mellor (May 1986)

booksSouth Croxton: The Village on the Hill by Philip Snelders (Dec 6, 2007)


Wiki information Croxton:

Neighborhood, Location

Croxton is a section of Jersey City, New Jersey roughly bounded by Secaucus at Penhorn Creek, The Riverbend of the Hackensack River and the Hudson Generating Station and the Marion Section to the south and Truck 1-9 and Western Slope to the east....

Administrative Division, English civil parish, City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Croxton is a village and civil parish about 13 miles west of Cambridge in South Cambridgeshire, England. In 2001, the resident population was 163 people. Croxton Park is to the south of the current village and contains a large house and parkland.