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Numerology information Nynne:
Name Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Definition funny of Nynne:
Did you just search for your own name without expecting any results? That's cause all Nynnes are freaking modest girls! And not only that. They're super intelligent and funny. Since you'll probably only find them in Scandinavia, chances are they're tall and blonde as well.
"Wow, that girl over there sure is a real Nynne!" "Your jokes are so sophisticated! You're such a Nynne."
Songs about Nynne:
Den Vil Jeg Nynne For Deg by Reidar Andresen from the Album De Gamle Melodier - Melodiminner Fra 1939-49 (Lirekassen No. 11)
Den vil jeg nynne for deg, tango by Jens Book-Jenssen from the Album Jens Book-Jenssen Vol. 20
Den vil jeg nynne for deg, tango-fox by Reidar Andresen feat. Telefunkens Danseorkester from the Album Reidar Andresen Vol. 2
Nynne (Nils Noa & Alexanderman Remix) by Fredrik Krafft from the Album Nynne EP
Nynne (Orginal Mix) by Fredrik Krafft from the Album Nynne EP
Nynne si'r farvel til dig by Dorte Nørgaard from the Album Småbørnsrytmik
Nynne's Diary: Suite by Søren Hyldgaard from the Album Eye of the Eagle: The Film Music of Søren Hyldgaard
Books about Nynne:
Nynne's Dagbog by Henriette Lind, Lotte Thorsen and Anette Vestergaard (2000)
Nynnes Dagbog by Thorsen, Vestergaard Lind (2003)
Der er en verden ved siden af verden: Om Nynne Koch og kvindeforskningen : lykønskningsskrift til Nynne Koch's... (1985)
Movies about Nynne:
Nynne Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Starring: Laura Christensen, Mette Agnete Horn, et al. Directed by: Jonas Elmer
Nynne: Series 1: Vol. 2 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs 37 mins Starring: Mette Agnete Horn, Birthe Neumann, et al. Directed by: Charlotte Sachs Bostrup, et al.
Nynne: Series 1: Vol. 1 -
Wiki information Nynne:
Nynne is a Danish film directed by Jonas Elmer, starring Mille Dinesen. It is based on the bestselling Danish novel Nynnes dagbog by Henriette Lind, Lotte Thorsen and Anette Vestergaard, which again was based on a popular newspaper column in...