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Numerology information Graah:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Graah:
An expression used to convey feelings not able to be expressed with other vocabulary. One could interpret the meaning as bordom, anger, malcumtent, or sexual frustration.
Jenny: "Graah!! Where is my hair brush!" Kelly: "Graah! My boyfriend needs to get his ass over here now, or I'm turning on the porn!"
An exclamation showing frustration.
"Graah! Why isn't this working???"
Songs about Graah:
Wolle Vistisen: Swen Graah by E Bindstouw from the Album E Bindstouw - E Bindstouwfolk Fra Thorning
Books about Graah:
Narrative of an expedition to the east coast of Greenland, sent by order of the King of Denmark, in search of... by Wilhelm August Graah (Mar 6, 2012)
Narrative of an expedition to the east coast of Greenland, sent by order of the king of Denmark, in search of... by Wilhelm August Graah (Mar 6, 2012)
GOLDEN FLEECE - Volume 2, number 3 - March 1939: Bard of Babylon; The Fire Master; Red Hair and Redskin; Much... by A. J. (editor) (A. Westcott McKee; Seabury Quinn; Robert James Green; H Gontier and Harold Delay; (1939)
Narrative of an expedition to the east coast of Greenland,: Sent by order of the king of Denmark, in search of... by Wilhelm August Graah (1837)
Devonian sediments of East Greenland V: The central sequence, Kap Graah Group and Mount Celsius Supergroup (Meddelelser... by J Nicholson (1976)
Wiki information Graah:
Anne Knudsdatter "Lille" Graah was a Norwegian journalist, radio announcer and reporter. She worked for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation for more than thirty years, and is particularly known from the popular radio program Ønskekonserten.
Knud Graah was a Norwegian industrial pioneer, born in Thisted, Denmark. He founded the cotton mill Vøiens Bomuldsspinderi in Nydalen, near the river Akerselva, after buying waterfall rights of the rivers Akerselva in 1844. Vøiens Bomuldsspinderi...