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Numerology information Chough:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Chough:
The common name of Pyrrhocorax, a genus of European blackbirds related to crows. There are two species of chough, the Alphine Chough and the Red-billed Chough. Named after the sound they make, which resembles a grown man being forcefed penis through his nasal cavity.
I am getting tired of that chough choughing outside my window.
(chôf, choff), verb, choughed, choughing 1. to vomit in a most violent manner. Combination/contraction of "cough" and "chunder"
I choughed all over myself after that last shot of tequilla.
Cough induced by excess chocolates.
1. This chough is driving me mad! I've got to tone down my chocolate consuming. *chough chough* 2. A chocolate each day will have you choughing till May.
Songs about Chough:
Alpine Chough by Alpine Chough from the Album Birds Of The Alps
Alpine Chough by Alpine Chough from the Album Birds Of Forests And Mountains
Catalogue d'oiseaux (Catalogue of Birds)*: No. 1. Le Chocard des Alpes (Alpine Chough) by Jocy de Oliveira from the Album O. Messiaen: Catalogue d'oiseaux
Chough by Chough from the Album Birds Of The Alps
Chough by John Neville from the Album Bird Songs of the Scottish Highlands and Islands
Chough by Chough from the Album Birds Of Forests And Mountains
Chough by Ross Aubrey from the Album Avian
Books about Chough:
Choughs and Land-use in Europe by E. Bignal and D.J. Curtis (Jan 1989)
The Chough & Crow to roost are gone The celebrated Gipsey Glee in Guy Mannering arranged for three voices the... by Joanna Baillie Henry R. Bishop (Henry Rowley) (1825)
The Chough & Crow to roost are gone, sheet music by Sir, 1786-1855 Henry R. Bishop (Henry Rowley) (1886)
Chough - Palores by Deborah Jane Munro King (Jul 2, 2004)
Clarence, the Cornish Chough by David Mudd, Helen Clark and Kerry Opie (Aug 30, 2007)
The Purple Chough by Rod Brockway and Kirstin Holbrow (Jul 2001)
The Cornish Chough by T.O.Darke (1971)