Numerology information Ellern:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Definition funny of Ellern:

urbanA stupid slacker who really needs to chill the fuck out. :)

urban"Dood, she totally needs to stfu"

urbanAn insane girl who enjoys drooling and running around in circles. Is obsessive with art, animals, music, and other things similar. Doesn't like meatloaf or elevator music. Loves most anything random.

urbanEllern is such a freak for putting herself in this dictionary. We should really shoot Ellern with a gun or a pony tranq.


Books about Ellern:

booksHerzl, Hechler, The Grand Duke of Baden and the German Emperor 1896 - 1904 Documents found by Hernann and Bessi... by H. und B. Ellern (1961)

booksGraf Ellern: Roman, Volume 2... (German Edition) by Ernst von Bibra (Nov 2, 2011)

booksDr. William Ellern Channing's Werke. Neunter Band (German Edition) by William Ellery Channing, F. A. Schulze and Adolf Sydow (Mar 15, 2010)

booksGraf Ellern: Roman, Volume 1... (German Edition) by Ernst von Bibra (Feb 7, 2012)

books[ { MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PYROTECHNICS } ] by Ellern, Herbert (AUTHOR) Dec-01-1968 [ Paperback ] by Herbert Ellern (Dec 1, 1968)

booksHerzl, Hechler, the grand Duke of Baden and the German emperor, 1896-1904: Documents found by Hermann and Bessi... by Theodor Herzel (1961)

booksELLERN-MIGDAL INVESTMENT CORP. LTD: International Competitive Benchmarks and Financial Gap Analysis (Financial... by Icon Group Ltd. (Apr 25, 2000)


Wiki information Ellern:

City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Location, Dated location

Ellern is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It belongs to the Verbandsgemeinde of Rheinböllen, whose seat is in the...

Ellern Mede

Ellern Mede is a large detached house at 31 Totteridge Common in the London Borough of Barnet, N20. The house was built between 1876 and 1877 by the architect Richard Norman Shaw for businessman William Austin.