Origin : Dutch,
Pronunciation : KO-bus ,
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Numerology information Kobus:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Kobus:
Diminutive of JACOBUS
Definition funny of Kobus:
Porpoise. this random south african who has a hot sister.
Kobuses sister is hot
Songs about Kobus:
De Terugkeer Van Kobus Kolibrie by Pietje Paddestoel from the Album Pietje Paddestoel 2
Dr Köbu by QL from the Album Luscht
I'd Like to Rock You to Sleep Baby By Inez Kobus by Inez Kobus from the Album Hands Across America Vol.20
Kobu (Original Mix) by DJ Diry from the Album First Surgery
Kobus Kolibrie by Kinderkoor De Leidse Kleutertjes from the Album Pietje Paddestoel Liedjes, Deel 2
Kobus Kolibrie by Pietje Paddestoel from the Album Pietje Paddestoel 4
Kobus Kolibrie by De Gouden Nachtegaaltjes from the Album Pietje Paddestoel, Vol. 2
Books about Kobus:
Kobus: Webster's Timeline History, 1695 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)
Tsoi/Kobus & Associates: The Master Architect Series (Master Architect (Unnumbered)) by Robyn Beaver (Mar 30, 2009)
Kobus Kruls parmantige kattenboek. Vertaald door gerrit komrij by Eliot (1987)
Kobus Wempe by R. Feenstra (1931)
Kobus geeft een feest by Winsemius Dieuwke (1111)
Kobu gattairon no kenkyu: Echizen-han bakumatsu ishinshi bunseki (Japanese Edition) by Kazuo Mikami (1990)
Kobu gyoji saijiki (Bon-books) (Japanese Edition) by Koichi Kubodera (1992)
Movies about Kobus:
El Libro Negro Diana Dobbelman; Waldemar Kobus; Pet Unrated -
Crabbing the Chesapeake with Mike Kobus -
Wiki information Kobus:
Kobus is a genus containing six species of African antelopes, all of which are associated with marshes, floodplains, or other grassy areas near water. They are sexually dimorphic, with females being smaller and lacking the horns of the males.
Magnolia kobus, known as the Kobushi Magnolia, is a species of Magnolia native to Japan and occasionally cultivated in temperate areas. It is a deciduous, small to tall tree which has a slow rate of growth but can reach 8–15 m in height and up to 10...