Origin : Icelandic,
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Numerology information Dagur:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Additional information Dagur:
Icelandic form of DAG
Definition funny of Dagur:
A person that wakes up in the morning and goes to sleep before the night comes...cause else he will die
"hey dagur you gotta go home ... its about to come night-time and you know what happens then.
Songs about Dagur:
Aldrin tann dagur by Gulli Johansen from the Album Gulli Johansen
Dagur by Hjortur from the Album World
Dagur Nyr by Heda Olafsdottir from the Album Songvakeppni Sjonvarpsins, Iceland Grand Prix Eurovision 2009
Dagur Silvurdalsins by Enekk from the Album Andlit hins tigandi
Dagur Í Lífi Þínu? by Úlfur Kolka from the Album Borgaraleg Óhlýðni
Dagur Þrjú by Rökkurró from the Album Það kólnar í kvöld...
Dagur þinn Kemur by Helga Jónsdóttir from the Album Opið Bréf Til Þín
Books about Dagur:
Dagur Kari's Noi the Albino (Modern Language Initiative) by Bjorn Nordfjord (Aug 20, 2010)
Dagur Mongolian (Uralic and Altaic) by Samuel E. Martin (Jul 28, 1997)
Dagur Kari's Noi the Albino/Noi Albinoi by Bjorn Nordfjord (Jan 1, 2010)
Dagur Kari`s Noi the Albino [PB,2010] (2010)
Dagur Mongolian Grammar, Texts, and Lexicon by Samuel Martin (1961)
Dagur Mongolian grammar, texts, and lexicon; based on the speech of Peter Onon by Samuel E. (Samuel Elmo) Martin (1961)
Dagur Mongolian. Routledge. 1997. by SAMUEL E.. MARTIN (1997)
Movies about Dagur:
The Good Heart Brian Cox, Paul Dano, Stephanie Szost; Dagur Kari NR -
Wiki information Dagur:
Dagur Kári is an Icelandic film director. He was born in Paris, France to Icelandic parents and returned to Iceland when he was 3 years old. Dagur graduated from the National Film School of Denmark in 1999, with art house short movie Lost Weekend....
Dagur Bergþóruson Eggertsson M.D. is an Icelandic politician who is the mayor of Reykjavík. He was the vice-chairman of the Social Democratic Alliance from 2009 until 2013. He was first elected to the city council of Reykjavík in a 2002 election and...