Numerology information Gorte:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace


Definition funny of Gorte:

urbanA Norwegian slang word for "farting".

urbanJeg må gørte. (I have to fart.)

urbanOne of the most intelligent beings on the planet. Able to foretell a raid wipe often minutes before one happens. Enabled him to survive unscathed thru many failed fights against evil dragons and firey elemental monsters.

urbanHoly #$%& the raid didn't wipe, Gorte made it out. He'll be back with help real soon.

urbanIn the beautiful country of Norway, there is a rather redneck place called Drøbak. And in Drøbak there exist a word, "Gørte", wich is a local term for the more known norwegian word Guttefitte. Guttefitte means (roughly translated): Boypussy. And the boypussy is a handy part of the body wich can be used to get things like rim-job, rusty trombone and other cool, cool stuff!

urbanI felt so bad for my girlfriend that I shaved my balls AND my gørte!


Songs about Gorte:

songsGorte by Flowerpot Timemachine from the Album Dream Light [2013 Release]


Books about Gorte:

booksGorte by W. J. Smith (Jun 22, 2009)

booksGorte 2: The Awakening by W J Smith (Jun 16, 2010)

books[ GORTE 2: THE AWAKENING ] BY Smith, W J ( Author ) Jun - 2010 [ Paperback ] by W J Smith (Jun 7, 2010)

booksÍslendingabóc: es Are prestr Þorgilsson gorþe. Gefin út af hinu Íslenska bókmentafélagi (Icelandic Edition) by Íslendingabók. (Jan 1, 1887)


Wiki information Gorte:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Gorteen is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. Gurteen has experienced quite a rise in development in the last number of years and has become, to some degree, a commuter town for people working in Sligo.

Herman Gorter
Author, Person, Deceased Person

Herman Gorter was a Dutch poet and socialist. He was a leading member of the Tachtigers, a highly influential group of Dutch writers who worked together in Amsterdam in the 1880s, centered on De Nieuwe Gids. Gorter's first book, a 4,000 verse epic...