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Numerology information Vedran:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Additional information Vedran:
Means "clear, cheerful" in Croatian and Serbian.
Definition funny of Vedran:
An extremely attractive, handsome male. As hot as hell. Smart, sexy and bad ass. Usually a bit crazy which is charming. Enjoys being the one.
Oh my God. It`s vedran. I want him on me. I want his babies
One of the craziest people known to man kind. He pretends to be a spider pig and will tamper around. His favorite color is blue just like his beautiful eyes. He is usually known as one of the best soccer players around and an all around athlete. He can make anyone laugh, but he also can make the ones he love cry. Vedran is a great boyfriend when he wants to be but he does not think before he does things. Most importantly a Vedrans favorite hair cut is the mohawk.
Dang you must be tough to be dating a Vedran.
Songs about Vedran:
Breaking The Pattern (Vedran Komm Remix) by ?! from the Album Patterns EP
Cold Night (Vedran Komm Remix) by Julian Flores from the Album Endless Night - EP
Dickie 2 & The Bush (Vedran Komm Remix) by River Raider from the Album Deep In Circles Vol.1
Dickie 2 & The Bush (Vedran Komm Remix) by River Raider from the Album Razor's Troubles
Inspiration (Vedran Komm Remix) by Zach Faisst from the Album Inspiration
Retroscope (feat. Vedran Bozic & Elvis Penava) by The Brownies, Elvis Penava, Vedran Bozic Bruno Kovacic from the Album Retroscope
Valzer vedràn by Mitili FLK from the Album Colors
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Wiki information Vedran:
Vedran Ćorluka is a Croatian footballer who plays for Lokomotiv Moscow and the Croatia national team. He plays as a centre-back, though he has played in other positions across the defensive line, most notably as the right-back. Ćorluka graduated from...
Vedran Runje is a former Croatian football goalkeeper. A product of Hajduk Split academy, Runje spent the majority of his career abroad with Standard Liège in Belgium, Marseille and Lens in France and Besiktas in Turkey. With Standard, he won three...