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Numerology information Root:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Definition funny of Root:

urban1. A Kiwi/Australian slang that is used in place of the more commonly used term "fuck."

urban1. You're rooted! (You're fucked) 2. If ya wanna root just ask! (If ya wanna fuck just ask) 3. Roots Rocks! ( A slogan on a popular Canadian brand of clothing (Roots)

urbanThe deepest form of reggae music. Slowed down ska at a very slow tempo. The kind of music to phase out on. Lyrics ususally deal with such things as political corruption, Rastafarianism, or straight up marijuana (mariwana).

urbanI stay listing to some roots right now.

urban1. An Australian substitute for the more crass equivalent, fuck. 2. An American substitute for the more correct, support or barrack. 3. Somewhat confusing for those moving between these countries 4. Found under trees, shrubs, bushes etc. Draws nutrients from the soil. Easily tripped over.

urban1. G'Day, d'wanna root? 2. I'll be rooting for you!! 3. American: I'll be rooting for you!! Aussie: Fuck off I can do it myself, ya wanker American: but I would want you to root for me Aussie: Fucken sweet 4. Aussie: Have you tripped over any rocks lately? American: no Aussie: How about a root??

urbanIn Britain, Australia and New Zealand, 'root' means to have sex with or commonly replaces the word 'fuck'. It is very strange for us to hear someone from the USA or Canada 'rooting' for a team. Makes you think 'ooooh... how many people are on that team again?'


Songs about Root:

songsRoots Princess Dub by Linval Thompson from the Album Ghetto Living

songsWaste Some Time (feat. Nappy Roots & Nic Cowan) by Colt Ford from the Album Every Chance I Get

songsGood Day (Album Version) [feat. Nappy Roots] by Greg Street from the Album Good Day

songsRoots Reggae Music (feat. Don Carlos) by Rebelution from the Album Count Me In

songsRoot Beer by George Jones from the Album The George Jones Collection, Vol. 1

songsAin't No Stoppin' Love (Roots Nyc Mix) by Louie Vega feat. Byron Stingily from the Album Ain't No Stoppin' Love

songsRoots, Rock, Reggae by Bob Marley from the Album Rastaman Vibration


Books about Root:

booksRoots by Alex Haley (1976)

booksThe Root of Evil: What is Evil and Where Does it Come From by Neily's Books and Media (Oct 11, 2014)

booksWild Irish Roots: Prequel to the Mystic Cove Series by Tricia O'Malley (Sep 12, 2014)

booksRoots & Fangs (Highland Shifter Paranormal Romance) by Skye Eagleday and Ripley Sage (Oct 16, 2014)

booksRoots: The Saga of an American Family by Alex Haley (May 22, 2007)

booksHashimoto's Thyroiditis: Lifestyle Interventions for Finding and Treating the Root Cause by Izabella Wentz PharmD and Marta Nowosadzka MD (May 31, 2013)

booksA Root Awakening: A Flower Shop Mystery by Kate Collins (Feb 3, 2015)


Movies about Root:

moviesCA$H: The Root of All Evil [HD] 2010 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 49 mins Starring: Sean Bean, Chris Hemsworth, et al. Directed by: Stephen Milburn Anderson

moviesRoots: The Complete Miniseries 1977 NR - Directed by: David Greene, Marvin J. Chomsky, et al.

moviesThomas L. Friedman Reporting: Searching For the Roots of 9/11 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Starring: Thomas L. Friedman Directed by: Kenneth Levis

moviesFinding Your Roots Season 1 2012 TV-PG CC - Directed by: John Maggio

moviesFinding Your Roots Season 2 2014 TV-PG CC - Directed by: Phil Bertelsen, Josh Gleason, et al.

moviesWorld War II:? 1929-1939 Part One: Roots Of War 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 30 mins Directed by: New Dimension Media

moviesRoots: The Next Generations 1979 NR -


Wiki information Root:

Literature Subject

In vascular plants, the root is the organ of a plant that typically lies below the surface of the soil. However, roots can also be aerial or aerating. Furthermore, a stem normally occurring below ground is not exceptional either. Therefore, the root...


A root, or root word, is a word that does not have a prefix or a suffix. The root word is the primary lexical unit of a word, and of a word family, which carries the most significant aspects of semantic content and cannot be reduced into smaller...