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Definition funny of Bham:

urbanBellingham, Washington. a short phrase for one of the crunkest cities in the rainy northwest.

urbanthe most ill city in the rainy rainy northwest, B'Ham

urbanShortened term to describe the English City of Birmingham

urban"Im going to bham the weekend"

urbanshortened version of the Washington town of Belligham

urbanBham is home to Western Washington University!

urbanBHAM! n. an announcement or exclamation of someone being pwn3d on an internet message board. Originated from the screen name of a poster who frequently uses 'witty' posts to beat down Cougar and Duck trolls. Can be used in situations of irony as well.


Songs about Bham:

songsAam Bham Pusa Bham by Mansoor Ali Khan from the Album Lollu Dha Dha Parak Parak

songsB'ham 6 - G'ford 4 by Colourful Genre from the Album Delusions of Grandpa [Explicit]

songsB'ham Ditty by 20 String Band from the Album Savoia Sessions

songsBham Bham by Ghostown DJs from the Album Frantic

songsBham Bham Bham by S V Krishna Reddy;S.P. Balasubrahmanyam from the Album Ghatothkachudu

songsBham Bham Bham by S P Balasubramaniam from the Album Ghatothkachudu

songsBham Bham Bole by Shankar Mahadevan Hari Haran from the Album Indra (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Books about Bham:

booksHuman Resource Management (B'Ham Uni Custom) by David Perman (Jan 6, 2010)

booksMedical Pack (Bham Univ Custom) Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology by Boron Drake (Sep 1, 2010)

booksHuman Resource Management (Bham Univ Custom) by Birmingham Business School (Feb 1, 2011)

booksEarth Systems 2e (Custom - Bham Univ) by FAIRCHILD (Sep 14, 2009)

booksEllis & Co. (B'ham) Ltd. Silverplate (Catalog) by Empire Works (1955)

booksPrinciples of Accounting I and II (AC 200/201) University of Alabama-Bham Edition by McGraw-Hill Education (2013)

booksManagerial Finance (Bham Univ Custom) by Glen Arnold (Feb 1, 2011)


Wiki information Bham:

Actor, Person, Award Winner, Film actor

Manga Bhama, better known by her stage name Bhanupriya, is a main stream Indian actress who has appeared in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada films from 1983 to 1993. She also acted in few Bollywood films in the 1990s. Her sister Shantipriya was...

Presenter, Person, Influence Node, Award Winner, Film actor

Bhama is an Indian film actress, who has mainly appeared in Malayalam and Kannada language films. She debuted in 2007 through Nivedyam directed by A. K. Lohithadas.