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Numerology information Hael:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Hael:
A Scottish word for a computer geek
"C'mon bitch, you don't gotta be a hael!" "Let's get that hael to take a look at your broken laptop"
A woman who is looked down on by society for any reason (i.e. whore, bitch, etc)
"Hey Marie!" "Fuck you!" "Damn, you don't gotta be a Hael"
Songs about Hael:
Hael by Systems Officer from the Album Systems Officer
Aromimkha Hael by Jacques Harosh & Neil Seidel from the Album Music From The Heart
Bread (feat. Nova & Hael) by No Label from the Album This Is Not a Mixtape [Explicit]
Buzzin (feat. Nova, Hael & Ocktober) by No Label from the Album This Is Not a Mixtape [Explicit]
Canto Chamamico/ Hael to Soul by Spirit from the Album Music Inspired By 'Planet of the Apes'
Canto Chamamico/Hael To Soul by Red River Chants from the Album Chants And Dances Of The Native Americans
Canto Chamamico/Hael To Soul by Spirit from the Album Chants & Dances Of The Native American Indians
Books about Hael:
Hael's Fury by Viola Grace (Jul 1, 2010)
Elijah Hael and The Last Judgement by Steve Goodwin (Dec 15, 2013)
Hero: The Saga of Prince Hael by Brondt Kamffer (Sep 3, 2012)
Elijah Hael - The Genetic Code by Steve Goodwin (May 30, 2013)
Hael Meyer's Freezer Cook Book [Paperback] by Hazel Meyer (1972)
Waes Hael, the Book of Toasts: Being, for the Most Part, Bubbles Gathered From the Wine of Others' Wit, With,... by Edithe Lea Chase (Jun 12, 2009)
Under Jernskodd Hael by Sverre Chr. Moe (1935)
Wiki information Hael:
Rhydderch Hael was a ruler of Alt Clut, a Brittonic kingdom in the Hen Ogledd or "Old North" of Britain. He was one of the most famous kings in the Hen Ogledd, and appears frequently in later medieval works in Welsh and Latin.
Ithel Hael or Ithel Hael o Lydaw was a prince of Armorica who lived in the early part of the sixth century. He was the father of Baglan, Flewyn, Gredifael, Tanwg, Twrog, Tegai, Trillo, Tecwyn and Llechid, saints who accompanied Cadfan to Britain.