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Definition funny of Atya:
refering to someone else
"right back atya bro!"
Songs about Atya:
Atya, Fiú, Szentlélek: Egy Isten by Kallós Archívum from the Album Uram, Irgalmazz Nékünk (Moldvai Magyar Szentes Énekek És Imádságok)
Back Atya by Jeff Mcleod from the Album Double Entendre
Mchit menya v tvoi oby'atya (I rush into your arms) by Anatoly Fokanov from the Album Dargomyzhsky: Songs and Romances
Megteljesites az Atya Isten (Lord God, our fulfillment) by Vagantes from the Album Christmas Carols From 17th Century Hungarian Transylvania
Mi Atyank, Atya Isten (Our Father, our Lord God) by Vagantes from the Album Christmas Carols From 17th Century Hungarian Transylvania
Song: Mi Atyánk Atya Isten (Our Father, God the Father) by Anonymous 4 from the Album Christmas Music from Medieval Hungary
Coming Atya (DJ Hype Special) by Benny Blanco from the Album Fabriclive 18: Andy C & DJ Hype
Books about Atya:
The Atya-like shrimps of the Indo-Pacific region (Decapoda:Atyidae) (Smithsonian contributions to zoology) by Fenner Albert Chace (1983)
Crecimiento y reproduccion del camaron Atya margaritacea (Decapoda: Atyidae) en el Rio Presidio, Sinaloa, Mexico... by Jesûs Sânchez Palacios, Rigoberto Beltrân Âlvarez and Juan Pedro Ramîrez Lozano (May 30, 2009)
Didon Atya JEZUS KRISZTUS diszes magyar kiadas 20 rezmetszettel, 45 autotypiaval / Originally printed in 1896... by Bible Society (1991)
How to Coach Atya Patya (2005)
Szergij atya: Kisregenyek, elbeszelesek II (Hungarian Text) by Lev Tolsztoj (2007)
The Shrimp Genus Atya (Decapoda:Atyidae) (Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, No. 364) by Horton H. Hobbs Jr. and C. W. Hart Jr. (1982)
Lajos atya tanacsai: Egy tevekeny elet a gyogyitas szolgalataban (Hungarian Edition) (1995)
Wiki information Atya:
Atya is a genus of freshwater shrimp of the family Atyidae, ranging through the Antilles and along the Atlantic and Pacific slopes of Central and South America and in western Africa. It contains the following species: Atya abelei Felgenhauer &...
Atya gabonensis is a species of freshwater shrimp from West Africa and South America. It is an omnivorous filter feeder that uses feather-like claspers to filter particles from the water. It can grow to 6 inches.