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Numerology information Fifer:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Fifer:
a person that originates from the county of fife in scotland.
In cricket when a bowler takes five wickets in an innings. Literally a contraction of "five for" meaning five wickets for a number of runs. Also Five for and Five fer
"It was in Ahmedabad against India that Ashley Giles finally got his first test fifer, while nursing an Achillies injury. He ended with figures of 5 for 67 from 43.3 overs with 16 maidens"
someone who uses feathers to give someone a boner.
Get the fuck over here you fifer.
Female pubic hair
Songs about Fifer:
The Fifer (Dudarik) by The Ukrainian Bandura Players from the Album Songs and Dances of Ukraine (CD edition)
Doodletown Fifers by The Boston Pops Orchestra from the Album America
Doodletown Fifers by Sauter-Finegan from the Album Big Band Bash
Doodletown Fifers (Traditional Folk Song) by Keith Lockhart from the Album A Splash of Pops
Doodletown Fifers by Keith Lockhart from the Album Encore!
Doodletown Fifers by Sauter-Finegan Orchestra from the Album 100 Vocal & Jazz Classics - Vol. 18 (1949-1952)
Doodletow Fifers by Circus Band from the Album Music For Circus
Books about Fifer:
Divided Loyalties: A Revolutionary War Fifer's Story by Phyllis Hall Haislip (Jul 1, 2005)
The Fifers by E. Power Biggs and Jean Francois Dandrieu (Apr 25, 2013)
The FUNNEST von Fifer by B. Collins Shaw and Ron Shaw Jr. (May 20, 2014)
Along Came A Fifer by R. Michael Phillips (Jun 28, 2009)
A Little Fifer's War Diary: With 17 Maps, 60 Portraits, and 246 Other Illustrations by Charles William Bardeen (Aug 31, 2012)
The Fifer's Delight by Ralph Sweet (1981)
A Fifers Collection of Tunes for the 69th Nysv, The Irish Brigade by Stephen Duncan (Dec 25, 2007)
Wiki information Fifer:
A fifer is a non-combatant military occupation of a foot soldier who originally played the fife during combat. The practice was instituted during the period of Early Modern warfare to sound signals during changes in formation, such as the line, and...
The Fifer or Young Flautist is a painting by French painter Édouard Manet, made in 1866. It is currently kept in the Musée d'Orsay, Paris.