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Numerology information Potos:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Potos:
Phantom of the Opera Many Phans of the various versions of The Phantom of the Opera get sick of typing the whole thing out all the time.
*Chandelier Falls* Everyone: It's the poto!
trasero, culo .. word in spanish popular in south america,(non-ofensive). "ass" in english
that girl has a great poto!!!
(Pronounced "potoe") it's a word to shorten up "pointing out the obvious". Made up by Jesspants. ©
"You have nice hair." "Why thanks for poto'ing." "You're hot." "There's no need to poto."
a type of unusual person; usually named Peter. very at ease with life. frequently shouts "Gucci!" and various other phrases. a sharpie tattoo, perfect for the wrist.
Songs about Potos:
Poto by Vwadezil from the Album Byen Vivan
Apano pou 'legha na kopso to poto  (I was thinking to stop drinking) by Rena Stamou Prodhromos Tsaousakis from the Album Prodhromos Tsaousakis Vol. 2 / Singers of Greek Popular Song in 78 rpm / Recordings 1949-1950
Ary Poto by Ary Poto from the Album 54 ter ter, vol. 1 (Joe Louis présente)
Awuti-Poto by Stukas Orchestra, Gaby Lita Lita Bembo from the Album Nkolo Kwanga L'Homme D'événement Fikin 76/77
Ballade Poto-Poto by Bana Poto Poto from the Album Matiti Mabe
Bienvenue a Poto Poto by Aura (United Artists For African Rap) from the Album Afrolution Vol. 2 - The Original African Hip Hop Collection
Boya Vicky Okende Poto by Franco from the Album Franco & Vicky & L'OK Jazz (1966-1969)
Wiki information Potos:
The kinkajou is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae related to olingos, coatis, raccoons, and the ringtail and cacomistle. It is the only member of the genus Potos and is also known as the "honey bear". Kinkajous may be mistaken for ferrets...
Potosí is a city and the capital of the department of Potosí in Bolivia. It is one of the highest cities in the world by elevation at a nominal 4,090 metres and it was the location of the Spanish colonial mint. Potosí lies at the foot of the Cerro de...