Definition funny of Koshka:

urbanThe female genitalia. Also the word 'cat' in Russian.

urbanShe's got the loosest koshka I've ever seen. She had me put both hands up there. Then she had me clap.


Songs about Koshka:

songsAin't Nobody (Live) [feat. Bt Richardson, Bo Thomas & Koshka Raenelle] by Elliot Levine and Urban Grooves from the Album 347 Live!

songsChelovek I Koshka by NoL from the Album Russian Rock Hits. Part 3

songsDikaia Koshka ( ????? ????? ) by Christian Ray (???????? ???) from the Album Zhar ( ??? )

songsKoshka by Max Gazeta from the Album Tico Tico

songsKoshka by Organic Haze from the Album Contemporary Art

songsKoshka by Max Gazeta from the Album Benirras Vibes - The Ibiza 2011 Beach Guide

songsKoshka by Max Gazeta from the Album 100 Disco Workout Music [Explicit]


Books about Koshka:

booksKoshka's Tales: Stories from Russia by James Mayhew (Oct 1993)

booksKoshka (2011)

booksGribnoe lukoshko, Harly i koshka: Kid Book (Russian Edition) by Natalia Glik (Apr 29, 2014)

booksЧерная кошка (Chernaja koshka): Russian Edition by Эдгар По and Jedgar Po (May 4, 2014)

booksКошка и мышка (Koshka i myshka): Russian edition by Дмитрий Григорович and Dmitrij Grigorovich (Feb 10, 2014)

booksKoshka, Kotoraya Umela Plakat (Russian Edition) by Nataliya Anikina (Jan 20, 2014)

booksKoshka, shlyapa i kusok verevki by Kharris D. (2014)


Movies about Koshka:

moviesBlack Cat, White Cat / Crna Macka, Beli Macor / Chernaya koshka, Belyi kot - Directed by: Emir Kusturica


Wiki information Koshka:

Mount Koshka
Mountain, Geographical Feature, Location

Mount Koshka is a mountain in the Crimean Mountains near the settlement of Simeiz within the Greater Yalta metropolitan area. The original name in the Crimean Tatar language means "double rock", while the Russian name means "cat", as the shape of the...

Feodor Koshka
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Fedor Andreevich Kobylin, byname "Koshka", was the youngest son of Andrei Ivanovich Kobyla and progenitor of the Romanov dynasty and Sheremetev family. He was a senior boyar in the Duma of Dmitri Donskoi and his son Vasili I of Russia. According to...