Definition funny of Kosma:

urban1. A last name which can get you free food at any diner. 2. Often confused with Cosmos.

urban"Thats free for the Kosmas family!" "It's Kosmas not Cosmos!"


Songs about Kosma:

songsJoseph Kosma: Autumn Leaves by Pavol Hoda from the Album The Followers - New Orleans jazz

songsAutumn Leaves (Kosma) by Johnny Costa from the Album Dream - Johnny Costa Plays Johnny Mercer

songs0.10 (Balcazar & Sordo, Kosmas Remix) by Hands Free from the Album 0.10

songsAbracadabraham (Kosmas Epsilon Mix) by Ricky Ryan from the Album bringthebeats album remixes vol.1

songsAmours perdues (G. Neveux - J. Kosma) by Simon Alma from the Album Mes Chansons de charme

songsAmours Perdues (In the Style of Joseph Kosma) by Jochen Roth from the Album Jochen Roth : Songs for Guitar

songsAutumn Leaves (Jonny Mercer, Jacques Prevert/joseph Kosma) by Christina Jaschkowiak & Gustav Steinhoff from the Album Jazz At Heart 1


Books about Kosma:

booksKosma aigyptiou monachou Christianike topographia = The Christian topography of Cosmas, an Egyptian monk by Indicopleustes Cosmas and John Watson McCrindle (Aug 14, 2010)

booksKosma Zakharyich Minin-Sukhoruk (Russian Edition) by Alexander Ostrovsky (Jan 22, 2014)

booksThe World of Kosmas: Illustrated Byzantine Codices of the Christian Topography by Dr Maja Kominko (Oct 21, 2013)

booksKosma: Webster's Timeline History, 525 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)

booksKosma Aigyptiou Monachou Christianik? Topographia: The Christian Topography (Classic Reprint) by Cosmas Indicopleustes Cosmas Indicopleustes John Watson McCrindle (Jun 23, 2012)

booksKosmas und Damian (German Edition) by Cosmas (Jan 1, 1907)

booksKosmas und Damian (Greek Edition) by Ludwig Deubner (Jan 1, 1907)


Wiki information Kosma:

Joseph Kosma
Composer, Musical Artist, Songwriter, Deceased Person, Film editor, Lyricist, Person, Film music contributor, Musician

Joseph Kosma was a Hungarian-French composer.

Location, Project focus, Astronomical Observatory

The Kölner Observatorium für SubMillimeter Astronomie was a 3-m radio telescope for submillimeter astronomy located at 3,135 m on Gornergrat near Zermatt. It was operated by the I. Physikalisches Institut and the Radioastronomisches Institut,...