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Definition funny of Higinio:
The left side of the vagina.
Dude baby, does your higinio have thorns cause I'm hurting.
Songs about Higinio:
Capa Torera (Higinio Remix) by Mb Valence Karol XVII from the Album Capa Torera : Heavy Mixes
Dont Stop Shake It (Higinio Remix) by Danny Deep from the Album Dont Stop Shake It
Jovellanos (Higinio Remix) by Sergio Parrado from the Album Jovellanos
Jovellanos (Higinio Remix) by Sergio Parrado from the Album Barcelona My Love, Vol.2 - House Music from Catalonia
Jovellanos (Higinio Remix) by Sergio Parrado from the Album All Stars, Vol. 1
Orange Bic Writes Fine (Higinio Remix) by Roscoe P. Coltrane from the Album Selection: Deep, Vol. 2 (25 Deep House Pearls)
Orange Bic Writes Fine (Higinio Remix) by Roscoe P. Coltrane from the Album Under The Surface Appears Real Beauty, Vol. 3
Books about Higinio:
Higinio y la ráfaga viajeera (Spanish Edition) by Eduardo da' Bosco and Andrés Labrador (Aug 10, 2014)
Higinio y la ráfaga viajera (Spanish Edition) by Eduardo Da' Bosco (Aug 31, 2013)
Higinio, el pobre: prócer perredista.: An article from: Siempre! by Humberto Mussacchio (Jul 31, 2005)
Higinio Martínez peina la geografía mexiquense.(México)(TT: Higinio Martinez combs the D.F. political geography... (Jul 28, 2005)
De Higinio Pintado Cortina.(alpinista)(TT: By Higinio Pintado Cortina.)(TA: mountain climber)(Carta al Editor)... (Jul 28, 2005)
HIGINIO CAPOTE (1904-1954). by CATALOGO. (2005)
Higinio Ruvalcaba, Violinista: Una Aproximacion (Memorias Mexicanas) (Spanish Edition) by RUVALCABA EUSEBIO (2011)
Wiki information Higinio:
Major General Higinio Morínigo Martínez was a Paraguayan dictator, general and political figure. He served as the President of Paraguay from 7 September 1940 to 3 June 1948. Morínigo was born in Paraguarí, Paraguay in 1897, the son of a merchant....
José Higinio Uriarte y García del Barrio was Paraguayan politician. He was Juan Bautista Gill's Vice President and after his death, he became acting President for the remainder of the four-year-term from April 12, 1877 to November 25, 1878.