Numerology information Glaven:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest


Definition funny of Glaven:

urbana noun...... any noun...... whenever it feels like a gewd place to put it.

urban"im gonna punch you in tha glaven" "row row row your glaven" "old mcglaven had a glaven" "you see that glaven?" "you little glaven!" "OH MY GLAVEN!!!!!!11ONE"

urbanSome crazy word made up by some crazy guy named Proffeser John Frink who will make you think most probably he uses it in place of a swear word.

urbanSome guy: I killa you! (he hits Frink with a bat) Frink: With all the pain and the hurting and the crying to mummy. MM... GLAVEN!

urbanShy around girls.

urbanEddy is the epitome of glaven.

urbanA nerd that's cool.


Songs about Glaven:

songsLichkoljo glaven Lichkoljo by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album A Harvest, A Shepherd, A Bride/In The Shadow Of The Mountain - Village & Folk Music Of Bulgaria


Books about Glaven:

booksMy Heart's in the Highlands (Glaven) by Robert Burns, Alexander Fraser and Elisabeth Fraser (Dec 1988)

booksLondon (Glaven) by Joanna Halpin (Apr 1982)

booksThe Glaven Ports : A Maritime History of Blakeney, Cley and Wiveton in North Norfolk by Jonathan James Hooton (Nov 1996)


booksThe Best of the Highlands (Glaven) by Douglas Gunn (Jun 1983)

booksCountryside in Autumn (Glaven) by E.A. Ellis (Mar 2, 1976)

booksCountryside in Winter (Glaven) by E.A. Ellis (Mar 2, 1976)


Wiki information Glaven:

River Glaven
River, Geographical Feature, Location, Body Of Water

The River Glaven in the eastern English county of Norfolk is 10½ miles long and flows through picturesque North Norfolk countryside to the North Sea. Rising from a tiny headwater in Bodham the river starts 2½ miles before Selbrigg Pond where three...

Ken Macdonald
Organization leader, Person

Kenneth Donald John Macdonald, Baron Macdonald of River Glaven, QC was Director of Public Prosecutions of England and Wales. In that office he was ex officio head of the Crown Prosecution Service. He was previously a Recorder and defence barrister....