Definition funny of Perses:

urbanLatin borrowing meaning "in and of itself", used in certain fairly specific, idiomatic contexts in casual English. Is typically used with a negative to indicate that a term being used is understood to be imprecise or off-the-mark (i.e., not accurate 'per se') in a case where the term is nevertheless useful to an explanation. Usually followed by an explanation or justification for the use of the term indicated. It is as well sometimes used preceding a term indicated, especially in more formal (e.g., legal) usage. In these contexts, usually used in the positive to reinforce a characterisation as fundamentally being the case (i.e., 'per se' accurate).

urban"It's not that I consider it a 'joke' per se. It's just that I don't think it takes the subject quite seriously enough, under the circumstances." "Sexual advances toward a minor are without exception per se illegal in this state. This is not open to question or challenge."

urbanA Pretentious term, often used both out of context and too often by people who would like to sound more intelligent than they actually are.

urban"I know that you are my best friend but if you continue to use this phrase i shall have to kick the living shit out of you"..."Ok i wont kick shit out of you per se but i`ll certainly make you wish you had never said it"

urbanSynonym for "exactly" or "quite."

urbanI wouldn't call her short, per se. Maybe vertically challenged.

urbanit is ass in finnish


Songs about Perses:

songsLes Mages, rois de Perse by Divna et le Choeur Melodi from the Album La Gloire de Byzance

songsAnime perse by Veronica. from the Album Opera Prima

songsSin Perse Ninguna by Nengo Flow from the Album Real G 4 Life

songsLaïli Djân (Afghanistan, Perse) by Jordi Savall Hespèrion Xxi from the Album Orient - Occident

songsMolâ Mâmad Djân (Afghanistan, Perse) by Jordi Savall Hespèrion Xxi from the Album Orient - Occident

songsChahamezrab (Perse / Dimitris Psonis) by Jordi Savall Hespèrion Xxi from the Album Orient - Occident

songsTi s'e di perse by Miriam Cani from the Album Ti s'e di perse


Books about Perses:

booksLa Perse (French Edition) by Louis Dubeux (Jul 22, 2004)

booksThe Perses Touch (A Gable Romance Book 1) by Denise E. Templey (Jan 18, 2014)

booksThe Perses Effect Book Two by R. E. Robinson Jr (Jan 29, 2014)

booksThe Perses Effect Book One by R. E. Robinson Jr (Sep 19, 2013)

booksUne Étude des Derniers Poèmes de Saint-John Perse, Lauréat du Prix Nobel / A Study of the Later Poems of the Nobel... by Victor Kocay (Oct 15, 2014)

booksLove to Quilt...Broderie Perse: The Elegant Quilt by Barbara Barber (Mar 1997)

booksLa Perse / L'Inde: Autres Fragments (French Edition) by Ctesias and Dominique Lenfant (Jan 1, 2004)


Movies about Perses:

moviesEsther, reine de Perse Unrated - Starring: Tiffany Dupont, Luke Goss, John Noble, et al. Directed by: Michael O. Sajbel

moviesPersian Film Festival, Iranian Cinema Festival, הפרסי פסטיבל סרטים , Perse Film Festival , Festival De Cine Pérsico... 2014 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 28 mins Starring: Mohammad Reza Forutan, Niki Karimi, et al. Directed by: Jafar Panahi and Tahmineh Milani

moviesLes perses Unrated - Starring: François Chaumette, Maurice Garrel, et al. Directed by: Jean Prat

moviesUomo Che Perse Se Stesso - IMPORT G - Starring: chad donella and gedeon burkhard Directed by: steven quale

moviesLes Héros de la Bible: Abraham le prophète + Esther, reine de Perse + Samson & Dalila + Le déluge + Les 10 commandements... Unrated - Starring: Jon Voight, Martin Landau, et al.

moviesPersian Film Festival 2 , Iranian Cinema Festival II, Персидская кинофестиваль 2, הפרסי פסטיבל סרטים 2 , Perse... 2014 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 56 mins Starring: Homayon Irshadi, Abdolrahman Bagueri, et al. Directed by: Ken Loach, Tahmineh Milani, et al.



Wiki information Perses:


Perses was the son of the Titan siblings, Crius and Eurybia. He was described as the Titan god of destruction in mythology. He was wed to Asteria, his cousin, daughter of Titans Phoebe and Coeus. They had one child noted in mythology, Hecate,...

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In Greek mythology, Perses was the son of Andromeda and Perseus, and taken for Achaemenes as the ancestor of the Persians according to Plato. He was left in Cossaea and with the Oceanid Perse became the father of the Perseides.