Origin : Finnish,
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Additional information Tarmo:
Means "vigour, energy, drive" in Finnish.
Definition funny of Tarmo:
A very dirty, and usually very ugly, person who partakes in profane and illegal activities such as consuming alcohol, smoking marijuana, fighting in large groups, etc. Usually found hanging around an arcade at the mall or outside of your local skatepark disrupting others and yelling things that nobody cares about what-so-ever.
That tarmo sucks at skateboarding.
Songs about Tarmo:
Demons (Tarmo Tammel Remix) by Brannock from the Album Colours 6
Girls Get Down (Sharkslayer & Tarmo Remix) by Nic Perry from the Album Girls Get Down
Hold On (Tarmo Remix) by Something Good featuring Joanna from the Album Hold On
Impress (Anterro Ahonen & Tarmo Sikk) by Zifec from the Album Impress
Kaktai (Tarmo Tammel Remix) by Matthew Dunne from the Album Kaktai
La Biankini (Tarmo Remix) by Something Good from the Album Nellie Loves Finland
La Biankini (Tarmo Remix) by Something Good from the Album La Biankini
Books about Tarmo:
TARMO MANNI 35- VUOTISTAITEILIJAJUHL... by Toimittanut Leevi Korkkula (1980)
Classical Trinitarian Theology: A Textbook 1st (first) Edition by Toom, Tarmo  (0100)
Festschrift for Tarmo Pukkila on His 60th Birthday by Erkki P. Liski, Jarkko Isatolo, Jarmo Biemela and Simo Puntanen (2006)
[ Tarmo K Uts ] By Surhone, Lambert M ( Author ) [ 2011 ) [ Paperback ] by Lambert M Surhone (Jun 4, 2011)
CONCENTUS / TARMO Eespere by RENE EESPERE [Korean Imported] (2002) by RENE EESPERE (0100)
The Paintings of Tarmo Pasto (1982)
Wiki information Tarmo:
Tarmo Kink is an Estonian professional footballer. He is an attacking left-footed winger or striker and is also a member of the Estonia national football team.
Tarmo is a Finnish steam-powered icebreaker preserved in the Maritime Museum of Finland in Kotka. Built in 1907 by Sir W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co Ltd in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, she was the third state-owned icebreaker of Finland and...