Pronunciation : UR-vien, UR-vin ,
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Numerology information Irvine:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Irvine:
Scottish Meaning: The name Irvine is a Scottish baby name. In Scottish the meaning of the name Irvine is: Beautiful.
English Meaning: The name Irvine is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Irvine is: Friend. See also Ervin.
Variant of IRVING
Definition funny of Irvine:
bizarro world! the concept of Big Brother turned into reality. someone's keeping an eye on you. if your grass is a cm too long, you receive a warning, then perhaps get evicted. No property in Irvine you own is truly yours. snoozefest. A great population of Starbucks lovin yuppies. home of Emo kids and "Punk" kids who'd freak out if they had to live in neighboring Santa Ana. No culture, no character. don't dare paint your house Pink, Beige is the official color of Irvine, no approval needed. the whole city is Beige, physically and spiritually. zzzz!!!
"welcome to Irvine, be quiet!!!"
A perfect little city known as "the bubble".
Theres nothing to do in this fuckin bubble... Irvine blows.
1. A bubble 2. Clonesville 3. A place with cops who don't do anything all day but write tickets. 4.A place where you get yelled at for having your grass 2 inches instead of 1.9. 5. Asian invasion.
I'm lost! Everything looks the same in Irvine!
City of approximately 146,000 residents, and counting. Located in the center of Orange County. Close to almost everything. 30-minute drive or less to Laguna Beach, Long Beach, Disneyland, and San Juan Capistrano-San Clemente. 45 minutes from downtown L.A. in good traffic; approximately double that in bad. 90 minutes or less from San Diego. America's most successful master-planned community. City is comprised of "villages," which are residential areas with common architectural themes, as well as commercial and industrial areas. Irvine Company, which still owns most of the land in the city, likes to say that villages were meant to be "jewels" and University of California, Irvine (UCI) the "pendant"; however, in "Where We Are Now: Notes from Los Angeles," essayist/L.A. Times commentator D.J. Waldie states that villages were also meant to dilute residents' political power and allow the Irvine Company to do as it pleased, "with the compliant oversight of County government." This attempt backfired in 1971, when residents revolted by incorporating the city and taking control of its future. Irvine development now much slower than 35 years ago, under "Master Plan." Middle to upper-middle class. Excellent public schools, thanks in part to local charitable foundation. City school district receives lowest per-capita funding of any district in California, but donation offset allows schools to maintain extensive art, music, science, and athletics programs. Dedicated and involved parents and district staff ensures academic excellence. Educated population overall. UCI, biotech, and Fortune 500 corporations are major employers. More liberal than one would believe, thanks to educated population. There is wealth in Irvine but overall mindset is very moderate, very suburban middle class. A diverse city with significant Asian, Middle Eastern, and Jewish populations. However, not many Latinos or Blacks. Irvine is quiet and sedate, because there really is no reason to visit unless you work here, enjoy biking, or are an urban planning major. Huge Great Park planned for northeast Irvine may change that. Getting around the city is pretty easy. Living in Irvine, or the thought of it, can make some people uncomfortable. There is a sameness, the city is planned to the nth degree, and there is no element of weirdness except for the city itself. On the other hand, there are beautiful views of the Santa Ana mountains to the north and the coastal range to the south, a coastal climate without as much overcast, an excellent bike trail system, lush foliage, practically anything you could need or want either within or near city limits, and a refreshing absence of social problems. Residents are above-average pleasant and polite, as a general rule. For example, people might drive BMWs but are less likely than residents of neighboring Newport Beach to speed them in and out of traffic on a coke rush while yelling into a cell phone. Good Japanese, Korean, and Middle Eastern restaurants. Irvine Spectrum is also called "Irvine Speculum" due to shape of the merged 5 and 405 freeways, which resembles the gynecological implement. UCI said to also stand for "University of Chinese Invasion" due to high Asian student population.
Expression information Irvine:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Irvine:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for travel and adventure, and want to set their own pace in life without being governed by tradition.
Songs about Irvine:
Astronomy (8th Light) [feat. Weldon Irvine] [Explicit] by Black Star from the Album Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star (Explicit Version)
Irvine by Kelly Clarkson from the Album My December
Scarlet Begonias (1994/Live On Kuci, Irvine) by Sublime from the Album Everything Under The Sun [Explicit]
Rockin' Around (With You) (Live At The Irvine Meadows Amphitheater/1983) by Tom Petty from the Album Pack Up The Plantation
Youth Are Getting Restless (1994/Live On Kuci, Irvine) by Sublime from the Album Everything Under The Sun [Explicit]
Highway Star (Live (1987 / Irvine Meadows, CA)) by Deep Purple from the Album Winning Combinations
If You Were to Wake Up (feat. John Irvine) by Mink Stole from the Album Do Re Mink
Books about Irvine:
Irvine's Writing About Music: Third Edition by Demar Irvine and Mark A. Radice (Mar 1, 2003)
Irvine Ranch: Different by Design 1960-2005 by The Irvine Company (2005)
Ghosts of Everest: The Search for Mallory & Irvine by Jochen Hemmleb, Larry A. Johnson and Eric R. Simonson (Oct 1999)
Last Hours on Everest: The gripping story of Mallory and Irvine's fatal ascent by Graham Hoyland (May 21, 2013)
Irvine Ranch by Stephen Francis, Tom Lamb and John Connell (Jun 2005)
Southern California Coastal Mountains to the Sea: A Celebration of Open Space on the Historic Irvine Ranch by David R. Stoecklein (Oct 18, 2011)
Lost on Everest: The Search for Mallory & Irvine by Peter Firstbrook (Oct 1999)
Movies about Irvine:
Jimmy Page & Robert Plant: Live At Irvine Meadows 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Adam Sinclair, Kristin Kreuk, et al. Directed by: Rob Heydon
Nova: Everest Mystery of Mallory & Irvine 1986 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: David Breashears, Edmund Hillary, et al.
2007 NCAA National Collegiate Men's Volleyball National Championship - UC Irvine vs. IPFW 2007 -
2006 NCAA National Collegiate Men's Volleyball National Semi-Final - Penn State vs. UC Irvine 2007 -
2007 NCAA Division I Men's Baseball College World Series Game #10 - Arizona St. vs. UC Irvine 2007 -
2007 NCAA Division I Men's Baseball College World Series Game #7 - UC Irvine vs. Cal St. Fullerton 2007 -
Wiki information Irvine:
Irvine is an affluent suburban city in Orange County, California, United States. It is a planned city, mainly developed by the Irvine Company since the 1960s. Formally incorporated on December 28, 1971, the 66 square miles city has a population of...
The University of California, Irvine, is a public research university located in Irvine, California, and one of the 10 general campuses in the University of California system. UCI's Orange County campus is the fifth-largest in the UC system, with...