Meaning : Unknown, Dark Berry,

Origin : Arabic, Unknown,

Pronunciation : (Unknown), HAM na,

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Hamna Expression, Hamna Soul Urge, Hamna Inner Dream


Numerology information Hamna:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Additional information Hamna:

additionalHamna is a feminine name of Arabic origins. It comes from an Arabic word for a dark coloured berry. The name Hamna is favoured by Muslim parents. In Islamic belief it was the name of the sister of one of the wives of the prophet Muhammad.


Definition funny of Hamna:

urbana muslim name, means sparrow of paradise.

urbanhamna is a beautiful small bird with colourful feathers

urbanThe sexiest woman alive.

urbanDamn, I wish I had me a Hamna

urbanHamna the prettiest girl in school Tall and a great body Often referred to having a great ass and eyes. Great personality which everyone dies for. Thinks people don't like her but deep inside everyone either is killing to her or is wanted by every guy. Usually hamnas are fun to be around and have a great sense of humor. Can be very bossy at times but very sweet and shy. Hamnas are sexy

urbanDamn , I wish I had a Hamna


Songs about Hamna:

songsHamna Cricketno Craze Chale Chhe by Dhirubhai Sarvaiya from the Album Buch Dhankanu Ne Dhakka (Comedy)

songsHamna La Lakunitenda by Malika from the Album Malika, Vol. 9a

songsLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492, Act 1: Att fa hamnas by Hjalmar Stolpe from the Album John Forsell - The last singing despot

songsVille Aldrig Hamna Här by Blända from the Album Minnesmissbruk

songsMtabaki Kunitaja Hamna Lakunitenda by Yusuf Tenge from the Album Yusuf Tenge, Vol. 6


Books about Hamna:

booksHAMNA KABISA - THE TANZANIAN JOKE by Stuart Chambers and Arun Books (May 28, 2012)


Wiki information Hamna:

Aviation waypoint, Location, Geocode

Hamna Bay
Body Of Water, Location, Geographical Feature

Hamna Bay is a sheltered bay that indents the west side of the Langhovde Hills on the east side of Lützow-Holm Bay, Antarctica. It was mapped by Norwegian cartographers from air photos taken by the Lars Christensen Expedition, 1936–37, and named...