Origin : Cornish,
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Numerology information Margh:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Additional information Margh:
Cornish form of MARK
Definition funny of Margh:
A word that one might say either in annoyance when someone is being very stereotypical, being predictible, or being VERY Nerdy. Margh in a sense is sort of like Blah Blah Blah, but can be said with more spite and anger and just sounds more annoying. It can be used instead of shut up
John Morgan: Science is so cool with the atoms and hadron collider at CERN, my god I just love Nucleophilic Substitution. Sarah: Margh Margh Margh! John: I love cheese. Sarah: Omg thats such a MARGH thing to say. So boring and unoriginal.
Onomatopoeic for procrastinatory limb chewing. An expression of frustration, disillusionment and helplessness- often in response to an obligation to do something one does not want to do.
"margh, margh, margh!"
An expression of anger, confusion, and annoyance, often heard through the halls of elementary schools.
Jane: Mary is smelly! Mary: Margh. -_-;;
The combination of a somersault and a barrel roll to get a Bear assault.
Songs about Margh:
Honest Par Murphy of Margh's Brig by Ireland's Own Irish Folk Music Masters from the Album St. Patrick's Day
Honest Par Murphy of Margh's Brig by Ireland's Own Irish Folk Music Masters from the Album Irish Music
Honest Par Murphy of Margh's Brig by The Irish Travelers from the Album St. Patrick's Day: 50 Irish Drinking Songs & Folk Music from Ireland
Nader Margh by Pinknruby from the Album Garden
Books about Margh:
"le récit de Margh ; 1938-1945"
Kort Begryp En 't Voornaemste Margh Van Allerley Onlanghs Uytgekoomene Boecken (Dutch Edition) by Simon de Vries (Sep 1, 2011)
Nelle Nozze Dell Nobile Daulo Augusto Di Foscolo Colla Baronessa Margh. Degli Orefici ...... (Italian Edition)... by Emmanuele Antonio Cicogna (Apr 2, 2012)
Wiki information Margh:
Margh is a village in Borkhar-e Sharqi Rural District, Habibabad District, Borkhar County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 251, in 69 families.
Margh is a village in Kenarrudkhaneh Rural District, in the Central District of Golpayegan County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 51, in 17 families.