Meaning : Secret,
Origin : Native American,
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Numerology information Keme:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Additional information Keme:
Definition funny of Keme:
An extreme combo of philisophically thinking girls, but not freaks. these chicks are crazy bitches. and one of them may or may not have a penis. Even with the one with the penis, they are both smokin hot and guys cant stop staring. They love BRISK walks under the moonlight.
"Omg, did you see Kem.e just walk by?" "Yah they are totally hot. And smart too. Perfection"
Songs about Keme:
Keme by Mike Dehnert from the Album Poutres EP
Keme by Mama Draba from the Album Belle fille
Keme - Crucification by Sanna-Pirita from the Album Resurrection
Keme Birama by Ensemble Instrumental Du Mali from the Album Première anthologie de la musique malienne (Bolibana's Exclusivity)
Keme Borama by Tiécoro Sissoko from the Album Keme Borama
Keme Bourama by Kemo,Bako Bambino from the Album Mandekalou - The art and Soul of the Mande Griots
Keme Bourema by Fula Flute from the Album Desert Blues 3: Entre dunes et savanes
Books about Keme:
Beschryvinge van het magtig koningryk Krinke Kemes by Hendrik Smeeks (Jan 1, 1921)
AN EPITOME OF THE TWENTY-FIVE LORDS OF KEMES by Katharine H. Lloyd (1930)
Birta Keme. Glad Tidings in Mikir (Sino Tibetan Edition) by Pondit Mosendra (Apr 9, 2010)
Birta Keme. Glad Tidings in Mikir
Epitome of the 25 Lords of Kemes, A.D. 1087-1914 by Katharine Helena Lloyd (1930)
Wiki information Keme:
Kemerovo is an industrial city and the administrative center of Kemerovo Oblast, Russia, located on the Tom River, east-northeast of Novosibirsk, in the major coal mining region of the Kuznetsk Basin. Population: 532,981; 484,754; 520,263.
Kemenche or kemençe is a name used for various types of stringed bowed musical instruments having their origin in the Eastern Mediterranean, particularly in Greece, Iran, Turkey, and regions adjacent to the Black Sea. These instruments are folk...