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Saxy Expression, Saxy Soul Urge, Saxy Inner Dream


Numerology information Saxy:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Definition funny of Saxy:

urbanrefers to a very attractive (or sexy) individual who plays the saxophone

urbanDamn, look at him blow that saxophone. That's dead-saxy!

urbanSomeone who plays saxophone well, plays a sexy saxophone, or is sexy and plays the sax well.

urbanWow Fil, your solo is so saxy!! SHS band member: Have you heard his saxophone solo? another SHS band member: Oh yeah!! Its so saxy!

urbanSomeone who is so sexy that putting them in the same category as sexy is a discrace. Only the elite few can ever be called saxy.

urbanLook at that Sulaim, boy is he saxy!

urbanUsed in describing inanimate objects, concepts and that one casino between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario or, a funnier way to say something is "sexy"


Songs about Saxy:

songsHypnotizing (Ricky Inch Saxy Dub) by George Horn from the Album Hypnotizing

songsSmooth 'n Saxy (Single) by Elan Trotman Group from the Album Smooth 'n Saxy (Single)

songsSmooth 'n' Saxy by Elan Trotman Group from the Album #liveanduncut

songsJungle Book (Orgazmixound Saxy Jungle Jive Remix) by DJ Baxy from the Album Feel The Groove - A Blistering House And Tech Selection, Vol. 6

songsVery Saxy by Coleman Hawkins, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis Buddy Tate from the Album Essential Jazz Masters

songsSaxy by Jeanette Harris from the Album Saxified

songsSaxy-ness by Pamela Williams from the Album Eight Days Of Ecstasy


Books about Saxy:

booksSaxy-Rock: Rock-Boogie (German Edition) by Rolf Hurdelhey (Sep 10, 2014)


booksSaxy Cat Blues - Concert Band (Jun 1, 1993)

booksToo Saxy (2010)

booksSlightly Saxy by Lowden (1978)

booksEntree de Loys XIII. roy de France et de Navarre dans sa ville d'Arles, le xxix octobre M. DC. XXII.: estans consuls... (May 13, 2010)

booksSaxy Cat Blues


Wiki information Saxy:

Very Saxy
Jazz Album, Musical Album

Very Saxy is an album by saxophonist Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis with Buddy Tate, Coleman Hawkins and Arnett Cobb recorded in 1959 for the Prestige label.

Canonical Version, Musical Recording