If you have information about this name, share it in the comments area below!
Definition funny of Lucos:
Cockney rhyming slang for black man deriving from the drink lucozade. ie lucozade rhymes with spade
This big luco's come over, it's dark in there like, so I only knew he was in when he took off his shades and smiled at me.
Songs about Lucos:
06 Connection (Feat. Gr 87, Famas, John K'1, L'Ex Yougo, Mom's, Tahss'In, Matc, Nesh 2 La Rue, Gamesy, Luco Hp... by MTK Soldiers from the Album La krashtape "avant le krash test" [Explicit]
Barros Luco -Ramito de Flores- by Porfiados de la Cueca from the Album Asalto
Crossed The Line (Feat. Morten Luco) by Kato from the Album Discolized
Forest (Van Luco's Reviewed Mix) by Ozmiks from the Album Forest Remixes
Hoy Te Vi (Van Luco Reviewed Mix) by GrooveGala feat. Dafne Alexandra from the Album Afro Selections
Luco by Mark Northfield from the Album Ascendant
Luco de Luz by Fena Della Maggiora from the Album Nosedonde
Books about Lucos:
Mandamus and Luco - The Stolen Herd (Volume 1) by K Madill (Feb 20, 2014)
Baja Camping - The Complete Guide: Featuring Every Campground from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucos, Including 1,000... by Fred Jones and Gloria Jones (Dec 1997)
Luco: Webster's Timeline History, 44 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)
Acta Fratrum Arvalium Quae Supersunt Restituit Et Illustravit Guil. Henzen: Accedunt Fragmenta Fastorum in Luco... by Fratres Arvales (Aug 31, 2012)
Joaquín Alliende Luco Niño Dios, Niño Sol.(Reseña de libro): An article from: Revista Chilena de Literatura by Ana María Cuneo (Jul 31, 2005)
Los problemas internacionales de Chile; la cuestion boliviana (Spanish Edition) [Paperback]  (Author) Luis... (2011)
Monte Luco by Carlo Bandini (1921)
Wiki information Lucos:
Lucos Cozza was a Roman archaeologist. Born in Rome, Cozza was the son of the sculptor, count Lorenzo Cozza, and the grandson of archaeologist Adolfo Cozza. Cozza was a student of Giuseppe Lugli, the author of many scholarly books about Italian...
Antonio Maria Colini was a Roman archaeologist who studied, among other topics, the Severan marble plan of Rome known as the Forma Urbis Romae. He was part of the group of scholars associated with Italo Gismondi. Colini, together with Lucos Cozza,...