Numerology information Oonah:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Definition funny of Oonah:

urbana human (usually a girl) that looks extremly attractive from a distance but then up close she is extremly un- attractive

urbani saw that girl but she was an oonah


Songs about Oonah:

songsEssentials Vol.1 (Mixed by Oonah & Bonas) by Various Artists from the Album Essentials Vol.1


Books about Oonah:

booksOo Oonah Art by the Taos Pueblo Indian School's 7th - 8th Grade Pupils of 67' - 68'. Intro. By Frank Waters by Constantine Aiello and Frank Waters (1970)

booksBiography - McFee, Oonah (1922-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksThe Golden Forest: The Story of Oonah the Platypus by Michael Noonan and Douglas Albion (1947)

booksOo-oonah Art by the Taos Pubelo Indian School's 7th-8th Grade Pupils of '67-'68 with an introductio by Frank Waters... by AIELLO (Constantine) editor (1970)

booksOo-Oónah Art; Taos Indian for "Child, " by constantine aiello (1970)

booksThe Best of Every Day Poets Two [Paperback] [2012] (Author) Oonah V Joslin, Constance Brewer, Kathleen Cassen... (2012)

booksOo Oonah Art : Taos Indian for 'Child'. By the Taos Pueblo Indian School's 7th-8th Grade Pupils of '67-'68 by Constantine [editor] Aiello (1970)


Wiki information Oonah:

Oonah McFee
Author, Person, Deceased Person

Oonah McFee, née Browne was a Canadian novelist and short story writer, who won the Books in Canada First Novel Award for her 1977 novel Sandbars. Born in Newcastle, New Brunswick and raised in the Ottawa Valley area, she worked for CBC Radio's...

Oona Naylor
Woman, Person

Oona Naylor was the wife of John Laurie.