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Definition funny of Vacha:
The short of a cigarette, or for those of you who dont smoke, a little left from not smoking it all.
You light up a cigarette, smoke half, put it out, and smoke it later. That is the Vacha.
Songs about Vacha:
Aasa Vacha Manasile by Haricharan, Priya Hemesh, Tippu Abhirami from the Album Jannal Oram (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Aasa Vacha Manasile (From "Jannal Oram") by Haricharan, Priya Hemesh, Tippu Abhirami from the Album Jannal Oram & Vidyasagar Hits
Aasa Vacha Peraiyellam by S. P. Shailaja from the Album Enna Petha Raasa (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
About River Vacha and Fellow Traveler Valya by Vladimir Vysotskiy from the Album Trip to the City
Assa Vacha Annakili by Anuradha Sriram, Srinivas, Anbu Selvan Jerry Ram from the Album Sirpy
Bumper vacha (Language:Tamil;Film... Vizha;Film Artiest:srikanth, Namitha) by yathish from the Album Indira Vizha
Kaya Vacha Manhi (Gavlan) by Balkrishnabua Patil from the Album Aamhi Chakor Hari Chandrama
Books about Vacha:
Nazifizierung und Entnazifizierung einer kleinen Stadt Nazification and Denazification of a Small German Town... by Dietrich Lemke (Oct 12, 2013)
Vacha und sein Servitenkloster im Mittelalter (Mitteldeutsche Forschungen) (German Edition) by Waldemar Kuther (1971)
T?urk?ahayots? hin vacha?akanut?iwn ew vacha?akank?: 1740-1890 (Armenian Edition) by H. G. Mrm?rean (Jan 1, 1908)
Gortsnakan vacha?agitut?iwn: vacha?akanats? aruestaworats? dprots?ats? ew tanutearts? (Armenian Edition) by Ewgin?s. Hambarean (Jan 1, 1867)
Ughets?oyts? vacha?akani ew am?n anhati (Armenian Edition) by Karapet. S?lakhean (Jan 1, 1904)
Patmut?iwn nakhneats? vacha?akanut?ean ew chanaparh harstut?ean (Armenian Edition) by Hovhann?s. Hovakimean (Jan 1, 1860)
Art?in P?y: nakharar artak?in gortsots? ew vacha?akanut?ean i t?agaworut?ean M?hem?t Ali P?ashayi 1800-1859 (Armenian... by Yacoub Artin (Jan 1, 1896)
Wiki information Vacha:
Vacha is a town in the Wartburgkreis district, in Thuringia, Germany. It is situated on the river Werra, 15 km west of Bad Salzungen, and 23 km east of Bad Hersfeld.
The Vacha is a river in south Bulgaria, one of the main right tributaries of the Maritsa. It is 105 km long and is formed by the confluence of the Shirokolashka reka and the Byunovska reka.