Definition funny of Kusas:

urbanDegrading punjabi slang. Twat, Transvestite

urbanJas: That tosser nicked my sweets!!! Juggy: Na, blood! Lets get the sala KUSA!!!!

urban1. a young teenager who closely resembles the rat "gus" from cinderella. 2. A ball with metal teeth

urban1. Holy shit! Is that a kusa? I thought it was a giant rat. 2. Looking at that kusa makes me feel better about myself.


Songs about Kusas:

songsMafara, Kusa da Sokoto by The Ishie Brothers from the Album Catchy Rhythms from Nigeria Vol 2

songsCombattimento tra Marco e Kusa by De Masi Francesco from the Album Gli schiavi più forti del mondo

songsDer Japaner Auf Kußa by Michael Jary from the Album Swinging Ballroom Berlin II - 4 Reisefieber

songsFasi Kusa by Dim from the Album Gossi É Pila Catuta

songsIndonsa Kusa by Nduduzo Makhathini from the Album Sketches of Tomorrow

songs???(Kami no kusa) by Boujaku Buzin from the Album ??????????(Independence Day Of Boujaku Buzin)

songsKusa :: Grass by Jon from the Album Smoke


Books about Kusas:

booksKusa Meikyu - Izumi Kyoka Modern Japanese Translation Series 8 (Japanese Edition) by Kyoka Izumi and Ginsetsu Shiromi (Nov 26, 2012)

booksKusa no kanmuri (Japanese Edition) by Naoyuki Ii (0010)

booksKusa jakaya a Buddhistic legend by Alagiyavanna Mohottala and Thomas Steele (Apr 18, 2013)

booksKusa Jatakaya: A Buddhistic Legend (1871) by Alagiyavanna Mohottala and Thomas Steele (Sep 10, 2010)

booksKusa Ni Suwaru (Chinese Edition) by Kazufumi Shiraishi (Dec 1, 2010)

booksKusa-Hibari, From the Book of "Kotto" by Lafcadio Hearn (1939)

booksKUSA MUSHI TABI by author ONCHI Ko^shiro (1943)


Movies about Kusas:

moviesLava Kusa: The Warrior Twins 2011 - Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins Starring: Arun Govil, Robert Lang, et al.

moviesJapanese Movie - Kaze No Naka De Mushi No Inochi Kusa No Inochi Mono No Inochi KKJS-173 Unrated -


Wiki information Kusas:

Musician, Musician, Person

Kusas is a member of the musical group Theodor Bastard.

Kusasi language
Human Language

Kusaal, or Kusasi, is a Gur language spoken primarily in northern Ghana. It is spoken by roughly 400,000 people and takes its name from the Kusasi people, who form the majority of the population of the area in the far northeast of Ghana, between the...