Numerology information Pooka:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Definition funny of Pooka:

urbanA racial slur that can be used to broadly define ethnicities other than yourself. Usually used to describe a fat or slothful peoples lacking modesty and basic hygiene

urban"There are too many damn pookas on this damn beach" Daughter: "Mommy can I go to my friend Jean's house?" Mother: "No no honey, we don't associate with Pookas because we want you to grow up to be successful."

urban"From old celtic mythology; A fairy spirit in animal form, always very large. The Pooka appears here and there, now and then, to this one and that one. A benign but mischievous creature. Very fond of rum pots, crack pots, and how are you Mr. Wilson?" -Harvey, 1950

urban"Oh you can't miss him Mrs. Chumley. He's a Pooka" "A Pooka? Is that something new? "No no, as I understand it that's something very old"

urbanA racist term used to describe a person of any ethnicity or race. Meant as a way of vocalizing racial frustration without specifically offending anyone in particular. Perfect for former racists who are trying to be more politically correct.

urban"Damn pooka took my wallet!" "As side from Tim Burton and Sarah Palin, pookas are probably the most destructive force in American society." Ian: "Whoa dude why did you just kick that guy?!" Thomas: "Its ok, it was just a pooka. They don't have feelings." "There are indeed too many damn pookas on this damn beach"

urbana miscehvious spirit in the folk tale of the Irish


Songs about Pooka:

songsPrelude / The Song of the Pooka by Stephen Graziano from the Album Highlander: Endgame - Music from the Dimension Motion Picture

songsPort Na bPúcaí (Song Of The Pooka) by Nóirín Ní Riain from the Album Celtic Soul

songsPooka by The Constructus Corporation from the Album The Ziggurat [Explicit]

songsCetamon: Pooka by Whisky Trail from the Album Pooka

songsDig Dug Pooka by Kaseki Cider from the Album Kaseki Cider

songsJourney of the Pooka by John Walsh from the Album Aon Dó Trí

songsPaddy On the Pooka by Kevin Carr from the Album The King of the Pipers


Books about Pooka:

booksPooka in My Pantry (Monster Haven Book 2) by R.L. Naquin (Mar 25, 2013)

booksIrish Wonders The Ghosts, Giants, Pooka, Demons, Leprechawns, Banshees, Fairies, Witches, Widows, Old Maids, and... by D. R. (David Russell) McAnally (Mar 30, 2011)

booksPooka by Kaye Draper (Jul 1, 2013)

booksPooka's Story: A pet's tale. by Daniel Hay (May 19, 2014)

booksTaming the Pooka, Celtic Tales of the Trickster Fairy: Magical Creatures, A Weiser Books Collection by T. Crofton Croker, William Butler Yeats and Varla Ventura (Dec 1, 2001)

booksThe Pooka and the Fiddler & Happy as Larry: Two Stories by Colcannon by Colcannon (Sep 17, 2005)

booksPooka Rags To Riches (Super Shape Book) by Margo Lundell (Sep 29, 1997)


Wiki information Pooka:

Literature Subject

The púca, pooka, phouka, phooka, phooca, puca or púka, is primarily a creature of Irish folklore. Considered to be bringers both of good and bad fortune, they could either help or hinder rural and marine communities. The creatures were said to be...

Rock Artist, Musical Artist, Musical Group

Pooka was the former songwriting duo of UK guitarists/vocalists Sharon Lewis and Natasha Jones. They took their name from Púca, a mythical Irish goblin with an uneven temper.