Xylander

Meaning : Forest Man,

Origin : Greek,

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Xylander Expression, Xylander Soul Urge, Xylander Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Xylander:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

urban

Definition funny of Xylander:

urban1. Greek name meaning Forest Man 2. A person who is very horny, bisexual and sarcastic. 3. Easily drunk on alcohol.

urbanThat guy is a real Xylander. or That girl at the bar reminds me of Xylander.

books

Books about Xylander:

booksMax Xylander and the Island of Zumuruud by Jon Thomason (Dec 28, 2012)

booksDer Sieg Im Norden - Ein Bericht Vom Einsatz Des Deutschen Volksheeres in Danemark Und Norwegen - Mit Einer Aussenpolitischen... by Friedrich Heiss (1942)

booksMarkou Antoninou autokratoros ton eis eauton bib. 12. Guil. Xylander ... graecè & latinè primus edidit; nunc verò... by Wilhelm Xylander (Jan 2, 2011)

books[ { MAX XYLANDER AND THE ISLAND OF ZUMURUUD } ] by Thomason, Jon (AUTHOR) Dec-28-2012 [ Paperback ] by Jon Thomason (Dec 28, 2012)

booksPloutarchou Peri Paidon Agogis: Plvtarchi De Liberorvm Edvcatione Commentarivs, Volumes 1-2 (Latin Edition) by... (Feb 16, 2010)

booksDie Sprache Der Albanesen Oder Schkipetaren... (Albanian Edition) [Paperback] [2011] (Author) Josef von Xylander... (2011)

booksMax Xylander and the Island of Zumuruud (Volume 1) [Paperback] [2012] (Author) Jon Thomason (2012)

wiki

Wiki information Xylander:

Wilhelm Xylander
Academic, Person, Deceased Person

Wilhelm Xylander was a German classical scholar and humanist. Born at Augsburg, he studied at Tübingen, and in 1558, when very short of money, he was appointed to succeed Jakob Micyllus in the professorship of Greek at the University of Heidelberg;...

Oskar von Xylander
Military Person, Person, Chivalric Order Member, Deceased Person

Oskar Ritter und Edler von Xylander was a Bavarian General der Infanterie, at last commanding the I Royal Bavarian Corps until his retirement in 1918.