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Definition funny of Acron:

urbanthe tapered tubular portion of the foreskin that extends beyond the glans and terminates at the orifice of the foreskin. The word itself originates from the ancient Greek akron meaning farthest bounds uttermost parts and highest extreme as well as tip. In ancient Greece and classical painting it was considered the perfection of beauty of the penis.

urbanHis acron looked like the snout of an anteater. A long acron is immediately noticed because it is so prominent.

songs

Songs about Acron:

songsAcron by Pepe from the Album Umori

songsAcron [Explicit] by Shady Nate & DJ Fresh from the Album The Tonite Show & Livewire Presents Based On A True Story [Explicit]

songsShakin' Down the Acrons by Sam Morgan from the Album Authentic USA 1

books

Books about Acron:

booksWhat Is A Family? (Families: Acron Read-Aloud) by Rebecca Rissman (Jul 1, 2011)

booksAcron Investments, Inc., et al., Petitioners, v. Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation. U.S. Supreme Court... by JOSEPH A BALL and THURGOOD MARSHALL (Oct 30, 2011)

booksDie Fragmente Der Sikelischen Aerzte Akron, Philistion Und Des Diokles Von Karystos (German Edition) by Wellmann... (Feb 23, 2010)

booksDie Fragmente Der Sikelischen ?rzte Akron, Philistion Und Des Diokles Von Karystos (German Edition) by Wellmann... (Mar 24, 2010)

booksSOCIAL ORGANIZATION & BEHAVIOR OF THE ACRON WOODPECKER IN CENTRAL COASTAL CALIFORNIA by M.H.Macroberts (1976)

books[ EXTRAORDINARY ] BY Acron, Otto ( Author ) Mar - 2012 [ Paperback ] by Otto Acron (Mar 1, 2012)

wiki

Wiki information Acron:

Acronym
Literature Subject

An acronym is an abbreviation formed from the initial components in a phrase or a word. These components may be individual letters or parts of words or names. There are broad currents of consensus but no universal standardization of various names for...

Acron
Physician, Person

Acron, son of Xenon, was an eminent Greek physician born at Agrigentum. His exact date is not known; but, as he is mentioned as being contemporary with Empedocles, who died about the beginning of the Peloponnesian War, he must have lived in the fifth...