numerology

Numerology information Sayre:

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

additional

Additional information Sayre:

additionalWelsh Meaning: The name Sayre is a Welsh baby name. In Welsh the meaning of the name Sayre is: Carpenter.

urban

Definition funny of Sayre:

urbanthe smallest town in pennsylvania where the fun thing to do it do drugs and be dirty whores.

urbansayre is a really small town.

urban1. (Physics) The point at which all that is civilized, worthwhile, innovative or good about humankind becomes a five year crack binge with your mom in the shadow of a feeding mill while cattle look on. 2. (Ethics) Where Hitler and Stalin go when they die. 3. v. To copulate or otherwise engage in sexual activity with a member of one's own family. 4. Unemployment, a convict.

urban1. After selling our kids to Taiwanese slave traders, covering the walls of our house with fecal matter, and trading all the family heirlooms for PCP and meth, we had found ourselves in a real sayre. 2. I'm in hell now, and that means I have to staple my testicles to my upper lip on a daily basis. But hey, at least I'm not in Sayre. 3. Ah sheeyit, what a mess, I just sayred all over my cousin's stomach.

urbanclosely resembles the desert. a ghostly town and boring place to live.

urban"no one would want to come to sayre for vacation!"

expression

Expression information Sayre:

expressionPeople with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.

soul

Soul information Sayre:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.

songs

Songs about Sayre:

songsHotel Sayre [feat. Lana Del Rey] by Craig Armstrong from the Album The Orchestral Score From Baz Luhrmann's Film The Great Gatsby [+digital booklet]

songsHotel Sayre [feat. Lana Del Rey] by Craig Armstrong from the Album The Orchestral Score From Baz Luhrmann's Film The Great Gatsby

songsMedley from The Wizard of Oz (arr. C. Sayre) by The Cleveland Pops Orchestra from the Album Children'S Music To Grow On

songsAnotha 'Thing Comin (Performed By Chris Crown, Coley Cole, Sayre And Avie) [Explicit] by Lost & Found Generation from the Album Pacific Avenue [Explicit]

songsThe Ballad of Zelda Sayre by Dave Ur from the Album Courting the Muse

songsThe Captain & Miss Piggy (Feat. Martha Bonds Sayre) by Insane Ian from the Album N3rdsongs

songsEye Defined (Peformed by Sayre) [Explicit] by Lost & Found Generation from the Album Pacific Avenue [Explicit]

books

Books about Sayre:

booksStudyguide for a World of Art by Sayre, Henry M., ISBN 9780205887576 by Cram101 Textbook Reviews (Aug 16, 2013)

booksSAYRE FAMILY: another 100 years, Volume II by Ralph Sayre (Jul 16, 2003)

booksSAYRE FAMILY: another 100 years, Volume I by Ralph Sayre (Jul 8, 2003)

booksSAYRE FAMILY: another 100 years, Volume IV by Ralph Sayre (Jul 9, 2003)

booksSayre family: lineage of Thomas Sayre, a founder of Southampton by Theodore Melvin 1834-1910 Banta (Oct 14, 2010)

booksSAYRE FAMILY: another 100 years, Volume V by Ralph Sayre (Jul 21, 2003)

booksSAYRE FAMILY: another 100 years, Volume III by Ralph Sayre (Jul 9, 2003)

wiki

Wiki information Sayre:

Sayre
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, HUD County Place, HUD Foreclosure Area, Statistical region

Sayre is the largest borough in Bradford County, Pennsylvania, 18 miles southeast of Elmira, New York. In the past, various iron products were made there. In 1900, 5,243 people lived there; in 1910, 6,426 people lived there, and in 1940, 7,569...

Sayre
City/Town/Village, HUD County Place, Statistical region, HUD Foreclosure Area, Location, Dated location

Sayre is a city in and the county seat of Beckham County, in western Oklahoma, United States. It is halfway between Oklahoma City, and Amarillo, Texas, on Interstate 40 and the former U.S. Route 66. The population was 4,375 at the 2010 census.