Numerology information Brazda:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest


Definition funny of Brazda:

urbanTo mastuerbate furiosly to homosexual porn; a cronic mastuerbater

urbanQ)What's Greg doing tonight? A) You know he's a fucking Brazda, he's proably wackin off.

urbanAny of a select species of scrawny homosexual males with a tendency to masturbate and never leave the computer. They are also known for short tempers and facial growths.

urbanWHAT THE HELL IS THAT HIDEOUS THING HUMPING MY LEG!?! Oh, that's just Greg, he's a Brazda.


Books about Brazda:

booksRudolf Brazda: Itinerario De Un Triangulo Rosa / Itinerary of a Pink Triangle (Spanish Edition) by Jean-luc Schwab, Rudolf Brazda, Florencia Peyrou Tubert and Marie-jose Chombart De Lauwe (Oct 2011)

booksGenossenschaftswisse... zwischen Theorie und Geschichte: Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Johann Brazda zum 60. Geburtstag... by Juhani Laurinkari, Robert Schediwy and Tode Todev (Jun 16, 2014)

booksBozidar Brazda by Bozidar Brazda, Matthew Higgs and Shamim Momin (Feb 6, 2009)

booksBozidar Brazda: Haswellediger & Co. Gallery.: An article from: Artforum International by Brian Sholis (Oct 1, 2007)

books"Rudolf Brazda ; itinéraire d'un triangle rose"

booksDas Glück kam immer zu mir: Rudolf Brazda - Das Überleben eines Homosexuellen im Dritten Reich von Zinn, Alexander... by Alexander Zinn (1000)

booksBrazda na vodi: Izbrani eseji (Brevir) (Slovene Edition) by Joze Udovic (1993)


Wiki information Brazda:

Rudolf Brazda
Man, Person, Deceased Person

Rudolf Brazda was the last known concentration camp survivor deported by Nazi Germany on charges of homosexuality. Brazda spent nearly three years at the Buchenwald concentration camp, where his prisoner uniform was branded with the distinctive pink...

Dalibor Brazda
Violinist, Person, Deceased Person, Musical Artist, Conductor

Dalibor Brazda, was a Czech/Swiss music composer, arranger, and conductor. Born in Fryšták, Moravia, he studied at the conservatory in Brno and the Academy of Music in Prague. Trained in bassoon, he played in two orchestras simultaneously: Czech...