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Definition funny of Devilliers:
DeVilliers is an Afrikaans boys name that is commonly known to be a surname, however in South African culture this name is also quite common as a first name. It is derived from Huguenot French who settled in the cape of South Africa and historically it is associated with people who display qualities such as stamina, artistic ability, individualism, a sense of independence, a high regard for personal and political freedom, humour, joyfulness and ingenuity. DeVilliers is abbreviated to DV in a less formal use of this name.
"No, DeVilliers is not his surname, its his first name!" "Thats weird, I didn't know that DeVilliers could be a first name" "Yup, well know you know" Also in common vernacular "Hey DV, lets go for a drink?"
Songs about Devilliers:
Cyp & Adam Landreneau With Jerry Devillier by La Valse De Minuit from the Album Cajun Champs
Devillier Two Step by Sady Courville Dennis McGee from the Album La vieille musique Acadienne
Le two-step à frère Devilliers by Sady Courville Dennis McGee from the Album Cajun Home Music
Books about Devilliers:
DeVilliers and Taylor on Point and Figure Charting by Victor DeVilliers and Owen Taylor (Jul 30, 2007)
Devilliers County Blues: 1972 by John W. Cassell (Aug 26, 2007)
DeVilliers: "A City within the City of Pensacola Florida" by Rhonda Pierce (Sep 19, 2005)
Devillier: Webster's Timeline History, 1514 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Mount Harmon diaries of Sidney George Fisher, 1837-1850 (Marguerite duPont deVilliers Boden Documents Series) by Sidney George Fisher and W. Emerson Wilson (1976)
Recherches Sur Les Bas-Reliefs Astronomiques Des Égyptiens, Par. Mm. Jollois Et Devilliers. [With] Appendice (... by Jean Baptiste Prosper Jollois (Jan 1, 2010)
David DeVillier - Places for Pantomime by Augen Gallery (1994)
Wiki information Devilliers:
Paul De Villiers is a sound engineer and record producer whose credits include Mr. Mister's best-selling 1985 album Welcome to the Real World and Yes's 1987 album Big Generator, which reached number 15 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Rocco DeVilliers is a film editor, director and a producer.