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Definition funny of Wynd:
Narrow path sometimes linking streets at different heights.
West Wynd, Calman's Wynd, Bruce's Wynd, School Wynd, Water Wynd and Cove Wynd (from wikipedia)
1. To be like "Wynd", one must show no signs of intelligent life. 2. To be like "Wynd", one must first achieve the peak of stupidity. 3. See n00b or failure at life.
Wynd: LIEK j00 theenk ur cool but ur nawt! D_R: The only thing you can do that even BEGINS to resemble debating is wank. After all, we all know you've mastered the art of "bating".
Songs about Wynd:
Blow, northerne wynd by Helium Vola from the Album Für euch, die ihr liebt
Blow Northerne Wynd by John Fleagle from the Album Worlds Bliss - Medieval Songs of Love and Death
Back Wynd by Offshore from the Album Bake Haus
Bell's Wynd Street by TinToyz from the Album Wind Up
Bell's Wynd's Horror by I'm Dead Cicero from the Album The Act of Pretending
Beyond Wynd Gey by Sontag Shogun from the Album Tale
Blou Northerne Wynd by Pearl in the Egg from the Album Blykyeth So Bryht
Books about Wynd:
Viktor Wynd's Cabinet of Wonders by Viktor Wynd, Theatre of Dolls and Oskar Proctor (Nov 25, 2014)
Wynds Over Wylusing by Gayle Carson (Jan 29, 2013)
Wynd Temptress by Kathryn Anne Dubois (Nov 1, 2009)
By Oswald Wynd: The Ginger Tree by -Perennial- (Oct 1, 1990)
Voyages of the Dragon Wynd: The Lost Isle (Flag of Bones) (Volume 3) by Elle Pepper (Sep 18, 2014)
The Self-Build Estate - Tudor Wynd by Ian Clough (May 30, 2012)
Flag of Bones: The Voyage of the Dragon Wynd (Volume 1) by Elle Pepper (Feb 17, 2012)
Wiki information Wynd:
A Wynd is typically a narrow lane between houses. The name is frequently encountered in towns and villages in Scotland and Northern England. The word derives from Old Norse venda, implying a turning off a main street, without implying that it is...
Oswald Wynd was a Scottish writer, born in Tokyo of parents who had left their native Perth to run a mission in Japan. He attended schools in Japan where he grew up speaking both English and Japanese. In 1932 he returned with his parents to Scotland,...