Meaning : Silent,
Origin : Swahili,
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Numerology information Kimya:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Kimya:
To become obsessed with something, to be obsessive about something.
-Dude I just totally listened to the Gerbils for the first time in months, I went all kimya on them. I totally forgot how amazing they are, I have been listening to them non-stop for DAYS. -After the movie Juno came out everyone became totally kimya about the Moldy Peaches.
someone who rides in minivans and does not drink, and for some reason is against folk music. They are usually great singer/songwriters and are loved by just about everyone.
Did you see that peaceful activist? They are being such a kimya!
Songs about Kimya:
Big up by Kimya by Kimya from the Album A Moment of Silence
Bomba-i Kimya / Halepçe by Bilgesu Erenus from the Album ?ark?lar?m?z Karde?tir
Common Mwananchi (feat. Kimya) by Smallz Lethal from the Album The Common Mwananchi
Devices (feat. Kimya Dawson) by The Terrordactyls from the Album The Terrordactyls [Explicit]
Fresh (feat. Kimya) by Abbas Doobeez from the Album Angabanga
A?k Kimyas? by Esin Alp from the Album Kaçan Kovalan?r
K-I-M-Y-A by Kimya from the Album A Moment of Silence
Books about Kimya:
Kimya Khatun by Saideh Ghods (2004)
Kimya Khatun (Rumi's Daughter) by Saideh Ghods and Sara Philips (Dec 7, 2011)
Kimya' al-kamm wa-majmu'at al-zumar bayna al-nazariyah wa-al-tatbiq (Arabic Edition) by Abd al-'Alim Sulayman Abu al-Majd (Jan 1, 2010)
Kimya Hatun (cep)
Memoirs For Kimya by Shafinaaz Hassim (Aug 8, 2009)
Mabadi al-Kimya al-handasiyah (Arabic Edition) by Muhammad Majdi Wasil (Jan 1, 2010)
Asasiyat kimya al-bulimarat wa-al-gharwaniyat (Arabic Edition) by Muhammad Fikri al-Hadi and Mitwalli Shafiq Mitwalli (Jan 1, 2011)
Wiki information Kimya:
Kimya Dawson is an American singer-songwriter, best known as a solo performer and as one half of The Moldy Peaches. In Swahili, "Kimya" means "silence" or "silent".
Kitāb al-Kīmyāʼ is a writing on alchemy by Jābir ibn Hayyān, written sometime in the late 8th century. Originally written in Arabic, it was translated into Latin and various European languages. It was translated in 1144 by Robert of Chester as "The...