Numerology information Mirin:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Definition funny of Mirin:

urbanshort for admiring.

urbanyou mirin son?

urbanTo Admire greatly

urbanYo I mirin dat dere aesthetics.


urbanthey 'mirin my 'stethics



Songs about Mirin:

songsSkyscrapers of St. Mirin by Close Lobsters from the Album Forever Until Victory

songsDer Messias (Mirin Dajo) by Basstard feat. Sicc from the Album Zwiespalt (Schwarz)

songsEvin U Mirin by Erkan Aydar from the Album Dildade

songsHappy Birthday Mirin by The Tiny Boppers from the Album Mirin's Birthday Party

songsMirin (Ily Remix) (feat. Blueshift) by Ily from the Album Mothership

songsMirin, Jo Els Poemes, Els Escric Sempre a Mà... by Miquel Martí I Pol, Miquel Martí I Pol Nina from the Album Espai Pel Somni

songsYan Mirin Yani Diyarbekir by Beytocan from the Album Bîst Û Yekê Adarê


Books about Mirin:

booksSaint Mirin: An Account of Old Houses, Old Families and Olden Times in Paisley (Paisley Collection) by David Semple (Aug 22, 2003)

booksSaint Mirin: an historical account of old houses, old families, and olden times, in Paisley. Being four lectures... by David Semple F.S.a. (Apr 27, 2010)

booksDas Wunder - Mirin Dajo by Luc Bürgin (2004)

booksDry fish in sun, marinate, grill, freeze; add two chefs with microwave oven: Himono-style miso marinated seabream... by John M. Saulnier (Oct 27, 2010)

booksSaint Mirin; an historical account of old houses, old families, and olden times, in Paisley by David Semple (Jun 29, 2012)

booksSaint Mirin: An Historical Account Of Old Houses, Old Families, And Olden Times, In Paisley ... by David Semple (Jul 24, 2011)

booksMirin Dazho


Wiki information Mirin:

Ingredient, Food

Mirin is an essential condiment used in Japanese cuisine. It is a kind of rice wine similar to sake, but with a lower alcohol content and higher sugar content. The sugar content is a complex carbohydrate formed naturally via the fermentation process;...

Mirin Dajo
Deceased Person, Person

Mirin Dajo was the pseudonym of a Dutch named Arnold Gerrit Henskes. Arnold specifically asked not to be called a fakir. He became famous for radically piercing his body with all kinds of objects and apparently without injury, even astounding the...