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Additional information Jakov:
Serbian, Croatian and Macedonian form of JACOB (or JAMES).
Definition funny of Jakov:
A Croatian name..very handsome man are called Jakov. It stands for gentleman,artist,kindhearted,brave,handsome,loveable,sexy person. Who will give you and help you with everything you need because he is a good person. Long live Jakov's!!!
Who is that handsome lad? ''Oh,that's Jakov''
inconspicious way of sayin jackoff
u jackov WAT????? oo jackov is a russian word
Songs about Jakov:
"A, Jakov Glok" - "A, Jakov Glok" by Sergei Leiferkus from the Album Prokofiev: Operas
Profesor jakov [Explicit] by LET 3 from the Album Let 3 - Ziva picka [Explicit]
Profesor Jakov [Explicit] by LET 3 from the Album Jedina [Explicit]
Prokofiev: The Fiery Angel, Op.37 / Act 2 - "A, Jakov Glok" by Yevgeny Boitsov from the Album Prokofiev: The Fiery Angel
Prokofiev: The Fiery Angel, Op.37 / Act 2 - "A, Jakov Glok, cto novogo?" - "Ne mozet byt'!" by Nadine Secunde from the Album Prokofiev: The Fiery Angel (2 CD's)
Sunshine On Me (Feat. Jakov) by Interlock from the Album Sunshine
Sunshine On Me (Feat. Jakov) by Interlock from the Album Dirty Disco Life Vol. 2
Books about Jakov:
Jakov Bunic Dubrovcanin Latinski Pjesnik by Uro Körbler (Nov 12, 2009)
Jakov Ignatovi? (Croatian Edition) by Jovan Skerli? (Jan 1, 1922)
Jakov: Webster's Timeline History, 1847 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Writing after Hitler: The Work of Jakov Lind by Andrea Hammel, Silke Hassler and Edward Timms (Mar 16, 2001)
Jakov und die sieben Rauber
Jakov Buni Dubrovanin, Latinski Pjesnik, (1469-1534) (Old Slavonic Edition) by Körbler uro (Sep 28, 2010)
Jakov Ignjatovi, Knjievna Studija by Skerli Jovan 1877-1914 and orovi Vladimir 1885-1941 (Oct 5, 2011)
Wiki information Jakov:
Jakov Fak is a biathlete from Croatia, who competes for Slovenia. As a member of the Croatian biathlon team, Fak won a bronze medal at the World Championships in 2009 and another bronze at the 2010 Winter Olympics where he had the honor of carrying...
Jakov Ignjatović was a Serbian 19th century novelist and prose writer from Hungary. He also wrote in Hungarian.