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Definition funny of Ludi:
a man with a enormously large penis, considered sometimes to be one of the natural wonders of the modern world
Ludi can take a cheetah and turn it into a giraffe
the coolest cat in the room; a guy who makes all the women go whooo whooo; straight cash homey
That kid over there got all those girls, he must be one mad ludi.
a vagina, particularly a jig's.
the jig's ludi is quite lovely today. i love to kiss the jig's ludi in the spring time.
Songs about Ludi:
Godini ludi mladi (Macédoine) by Janos Dani, Nedyalko Nedyalkov, Pedro Estevan, Peyo Peev, Stoimenka Outchikova-Nedyalkova, Valeri Dimchev, Vilmos Csikos, Yurdal Tokcan Hakan Güngör from the Album Balkan - Honey and Blood
Orff: Trionfo di Afrodite - 5. Ludi e canti nuziali davanti al talamo - La sposa by Eugen Jochum from the Album Orff: Carmina burana; Catulli Carmina; Trionfo d'Afrodite (2 CDs)
Ludi-mirazhi by Aida Nikolaychuk from the Album My Pod Odnim Nebom
Ludi Garden by Blue Planet from the Album Asian Electronic Beats Vol.2
Causa Ludi by Corvus Corax from the Album Cantus Buranus 2
Glass Bead Game: 3. Magister Ludi, Coronation and Death by Kent L. Leslie from the Album The Glass Bead Game
Ludi by Dream Warriors from the Album And Now The Legacy Begins
Books about Ludi:
The Glass Bead Game: (Magister Ludi) A Novel by Hermann Hesse and Richard and Clara Winston (Dec 6, 2002)
Magister Ludi by Hermann Hesse (Jun 1, 1982)
Magister Ludi (The Glass Bead Game) by Hermann Hesse, Clara Winston, Richard Winston and Theodore ZIolkowski (1970)
LUDI LEONUM FULL COLOR FACSIMILE by Paul Hindemith (Dec 1, 1994)
Ludi Florales (Life of a Harlot) by Jenny Stone (Sep 12, 2013)
The Ludi Victor by James Leigh (May 23, 2010)
Ludi the Loggerhead Turtle by Rick Cannizzaro (Apr 1, 2011)
Wiki information Ludi:
Ludi were public games held for the benefit and entertainment of the Roman people. Ludi were held in conjunction with, or sometimes as the major feature of, Roman religious festivals, and were also presented as part of the cult of state. The earliest...
The Ludi Romani were a religious festival in ancient Rome. They were held annually starting in 366 BC from September 12 to September 14, later extended to September 5 to September 19. In the last 1st century BC, an extra day was added in honor of the...