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Definition funny of Praty:
Irish word for potato
No more I'll be diggin praties
praty means a 4-year old party when written by themselves
"Come to my asmoe praty"
Songs about Praty:
The Praties They Grow Small ... by Phil Coulter from the Album Echoes Of Home; The Most Glorious Celtic Melodies
McNamara's Band/The Garden Where The Praties Grow/If You're Irish Come Into The Parlour by McNamara's Band from the Album Come Into The Parlour
The Garden Where The Praties Grow by John McCormack from the Album Popular Songs And Irish Ballads
The Garden Where The Praties Grow by John McCormack from the Album Great Voices of the Century
If You're Irish (Come Into The Parlour) / Hannigans Hooley / Eileen Oge / Dan O'Hara / Garden Where The Praties... by The Galway Singers from the Album If You're Irish - 25 Irish Party Favourites
The Praties Are Dug And The Frost Is All Over by Seamus Ennis from the Album Forty Years of Irish Piping
Song - The Praties They Grow Small by Shaskeen from the Album Shaskeen Irish Pub Session
Books about Praty:
Where the Praties Grow by Margaret Smeaton (Dec 26, 2012)
Here is the boke of mayd Emlyn that had. v. husbandes and all kockoldes she wold make theyr berdes whether they... by Anon (Jul 13, 2010)
'Northeton..a Praty Uplandyshe Towne..' Building Recording, Excavation and Documentary Research in King's Norton... by Malcolm Hislop, George Demidowicz and Stephen Price (Mar 14, 2011)
Here is the boke of mayd Emlyn that had. v. husbandes and all kockoldes she wold make theyr berdes whether they... (Jul 13, 2010)
Here Is the Boke of Mayd Emlyn That Had. V. Husbandes and All Kockoldes She Wold Make Theyr Berdes Whether They... by By (author) Anon (2010)
The Praties They Grow Small (Irish Folk Song) (SATB) (Secular Choral Music) by Richard Oliver (1963)
A Praty for the Shooting - Cock Robin Mystery by Louisa Revell and Cover Art (1960)
Wiki information Praty:
Richard Praty was a medieval university Chancellor and Bishop. Praty was Chancellor of the University of Oxford during 1438–9. He was nominated to the office of the Bishop of Chichester on 21 April 1438, and consecrated on 27 July 1438. He died in...
A Pratyekabuddha or paccekabuddha, literally "a lone buddha", "a buddha on their own" or "a private buddha", is one of three types of enlightened beings according to some schools of Buddhism. The other two types are arhats and sammāsambuddhas.