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Numerology information Heathcliff:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Additional information Heathcliff:
Famous cartoon cat.
Definition funny of Heathcliff:
The name of a fat orange cat from an 80s cartoon show, aired on Nickelodeon in the early 90s.
Heathcliff, Heathcliff, no one should terrify their neighborhood!
One of the main characters in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. He was adopted into the Hindley family; the daughter, Catherine, loved him, and he loved her. He was, however, very dark and brooding and tormented. Many women have a crush on this fictional character because for some inexplicable reason, women seem to like dark, brooding tormented men in works of fiction, though they often don't in real life. Heathcliff served him both as a first and last name. He is famous for walking alone out on the English moors.
"He's such a Heathcliff." (Said about someone with a short temper prone to spend time by himself brooding about his horrible life.)
That fat orange feline who never got his big movie break like Garfield did.
At least the cartoon wasn't that bad...
A break from rigorous activity. E.G. recess during school or a coffee break during work. Coined by Cliff Huxtable on The Cosby Show when he claimed that school recess used to be referred to as "taking a Heathcliff".
Songs about Heathcliff:
Heathcliff by Cult Hit Tributes from the Album Classic Cartoon Themes From The 80s & 90s - Vol.2
Heathcliff (Instrumental Version) by Cult Hit Tributes from the Album Classic Cartoon Themes From The 80s & 90s - Vol.2
24 Elsinore: Heathcliff by Various Artists - Missing Words Records from the Album Just Not Punk Enough
Catherine And The Heathcliff by Embassy of Silence from the Album Euphorialight
Cinq chansons à hurle-vent: IV. Brutal amour (Heathcliff) by Jean-François Becquaert Raphaële Kennedy from the Album Ben Foskett: Dinosaur
Emily Bronte's Heathcliff Underground by Lighthouse Guardian from the Album The Common Man
Heathcliff by Aaron Hackett from the Album Sky Days
Books about Heathcliff:
Is Heathcliff a Murderer? Puzzles in Nineteenth-Century Fiction / Can Jane Eyre Be Happy? More Puzzles in Classic... by John Sutherland (2001)
Heathcliff by George Gately (Dec 1980)
Heathcliff by Jeffrey Caine (Apr 12, 1979)
Heathcliff, Vampire of Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte and Amanda Paris (Nov 22, 2010)
Katie John and Heathcliff by Mary Calhoun (Apr 1981)
Heathcliff and the Great Hunger: Studies in Irish Culture by Terry Eagleton (Oct 17, 1996)
Heathcliff: Dog days by George Gately (1988)
Movies about Heathcliff:
Heathcliff Season 1 1984 TV-Y - Directed by: Bruno Bianchi
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats: Volume 4 1984 TV-Y7 CC - Directed by: Bruno Bianchi
Heathcliff: Season 1, Volume 1 2012 G - Runtime: 11 hrs 50 mins Starring: Heathcliff, Riffraff, Spike and Wordsworth Directed by: Various
Animal Cartoon Bundle - Heathcliff + Get Along Gang + The Littles 2012 G - Runtime: 12 hrs 10 mins Starring: Heathcliff, Get Along Gang and The Littles Directed by: Various
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats: Volume 3 1984 TV-Y7 CC - Directed by: Bruno Bianchi
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats: Volume 2 1984 TV-Y7 CC - Directed by: Bruno Bianchi
Heathcliff - Season 1, Volume 2 - 33 Episodes 1984 G - Runtime: 12 hrs 11 mins Starring: Heathcliff, Riffraff and Spike Directed by: Various
Wiki information Heathcliff:
Young Heathcliff is a fictional character from the film Wuthering Heights.
Heathcliff is a comic strip created by George Gately in 1973 featuring the title character, a wisecracking cat. Now written and drawn by Gately's nephew, Peter Gallagher, it is distributed to over 1,000 newspapers by Creators Syndicate, who took over...