Meaning : From the marsh marigold ford, From The Marsh Marigold Ford,
Origin : English,
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Additional information Guildford:
Lord Guildford Dudley, husband of Lady Jane Grey
Definition funny of Guildford:
Actually quite a good city. Has pretty much everything you need, and it's small enough to get to know your local chinese/chip shop guy. Plenty of things to do, and fun things too (gasp what a surprise). Don't believe what the other guy said about it, I've gotten far enough to afford broadband and a decent computer. And send my kids to private school. His definition is here Guilford. Really, you can't slag a place off if you can't spell it properly!
You wanna hit the clubs in Guildford? Ahh, I went to the Guildford Spectrum the other day. Was good. You know, Guildford is actually a city. Zomg, that other guy spelt Guildford wrong.
The English, and better way of spelling "Guilford". For some reason just because it has a silent d in it, the American's felt the need to take it out when they named that town near North Carolina... Anyway... Guildford is a city near Woking, in England... People say Guildford is better, but Woking is now catching up. Guildford has an impressive cathedral amongst other things, such as a good ice hockey team (or so they say), a fairly good college and just generally good shopping facilities. It is also a good place to go "emo" spotting... At weekends, you will often find gangs of these so-called emos hanging around at certain places throughout the city. It is a wonderful place to waste time and is often a treat for the eyes! If you're into that sort of thing.
Vanessa: Let's go to Guildford and have a gander at the delectable emo boys... Me: Ooh, okay!
Lovely Town (yes it's a town NOT a city, like number 1 suggests, twat.) with lots of ladies with lovely titties.
Man 1: Hey Man, where are you from? Man 2: Hey there, i'm from Guildford. Man 1: Oh I hear it's not actually a city but a town with loads of fit chicks with lovely titties?' Man 2: 'true'
Songs about Guildford:
No, I Don't Remember Guildford by Robyn Hitchcock from the Album Jewels For Sophia
All the Time in the World (Live in Guildford 1976) by Climax Blues Band from the Album Live, Rare & Raw 1973 - 1979
Amerita / Sense of Direction (Live in Guildford 1976) by Climax Blues Band from the Album Live, Rare & Raw 1973 - 1979
Chasing Change (Live in Guildford 1976) by Climax Blues Band from the Album Live, Rare & Raw 1973 - 1979
Couldn't Get It Right (Live in Guildford 1976) by Climax Blues Band from the Album Live, Rare & Raw 1973 - 1979
Country Of The Blind (Live At Guildford 22 May 1985) by The Faith Brothers from the Album A Stranger On Home Ground
England Arise the Long Long Night is Over (Guildford) by Cardiff Festival Choir & Owain Arwel Hughes from the Album 23 Hymns of Vaughan Williams
Books about Guildford:
Stolen Years: Before and After Guildford by Paul Hill and Ronan Bennett (Jul 3, 1990)
In the Name of the Father: The Story of Gerry Conlon of the Guildford Four: Tie-In by Gerry Conlon (Dec 1, 1993)
Amores Tormentosos (Los Guildford nº 6) (Spanish Edition) by Lily Cerda and Doris Noemi Nuñez (Oct 9, 2014)
Guildford Remember When by David Rose and Bernard Parke (Jul 17, 2014)
Amistad y Amor (Los Guildford nº 4) (Spanish Edition) by Lily Cerda (Aug 18, 2014)
Siempre Te Amé (Los Guildford nº 5) (Spanish Edition) by Lily Cerda and Doris Nuñez (Sep 10, 2014)
Como dos Gotas de Aguas. (Los Guildford nº 3) (Spanish Edition) by Lily Cerda (Jun 1, 2014)
Wiki information Guildford:
Guildford is the county town of Surrey, England and the seat of the borough of Guildford. The town is 27 miles southwest of central London on the A3 trunk road mid-way between the capital and Portsmouth. Guildford has Saxon roots and historians...
The Borough of Guildford is a local government district with borough status in Surrey, England. Guildford is its largest settlement, only town and is the location of the council. The district was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act...