numerology

Numerology information Kinah:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest

urban

Definition funny of Kinah:

urbanCurrency used in the MMORPG Aion.

urbanLeeroy says, "Nice man that stigma you just looted sells for 100,000 Kinah on the broker." Trailron says "Screw that im not selling this, imma keep it for my alt!" Leeroy , " pshh, lootwhore...

songs

Songs about Kinah:

songsKinah - Eastern Europe by Richard Kaplan from the Album Tuning the Soul: Worlds of Jewish Sacred Music

songsBlues for Kinah (feat. Tomas Fujiwara, Greg Gonzalez & Steve Blanco) by Jeremy Wilms from the Album Diamond People

songsKinah by Paul Marleyn / John Lenehan from the Album From Jewish Life

songsKinah (anon) by Edward Martin And William Bastian from the Album Virtues and Vices

songsKinah Boto by Ultimate Universe from the Album Ultimate Universe Live at Lush Life Café Volume 4

songsKinah Lekhurban Gan Eden by Richard Kaplan from the Album Life of the Worlds: Journeys in Jewish Sacred Music

songsKinah's New Head Song by Herb Kloss from the Album Far from Home

books

Books about Kinah:

booksKinah: Webster's Timeline History, 1824 - 1996 by Icon Group International (Apr 16, 2009)

booksSefer Midvar Kinah (Hebrew Edition) by Rabbi Matisyahu Nissim Tarni (Dec 10, 2007)

booksHa-Kinah Nechamah by Meir Shalev (1990)

booksJoachim Stutschewsky: Kinah, for cello & piano by Joachim Stutschewsky (1000)

booksKinah, Anatolij Kirillovich

booksTsilah shel ahavah: Kinah romantit (Gome) (Hebrew Edition) by Ayala Malakh-Pines (1992)

booksal-Asrar al-kaminah bi-ahwal al-Kinah Kinah (Tahqiq al-nusus) (Arabic Edition) by Husayn Khujah (1993)

wiki

Wiki information Kinah:

Kinah

Kinah or qinah is Hebrew for dirge or lamentation. Its general meaning is a dirge or lament, especially as sung by Jewish professional mourning women. Specifically, it refers to a Hebrew elegy chanted traditionally on the Ninth of Ab. Kinah was also...

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