Numerology information Skeena:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Definition funny of Skeena:

urbanback-up; "i've got your back."

urbanwhen you're a gangster and some jerk is going to jump you, you ask your closest gangster friends for some skeena and then they jump in to assist with the butt kicking. when you are out of marijuana and you ask your rasta friends "Skeena on the J?" and they blaze one.

urbanA small group of whores who chase after young boys and old, fat men. Threaten those who do not wish to be raped with minor plastic BB Guns. Quite offensive creatures.

urbanOh, God, a skeena lives next door.


Songs about Skeena:

songsOn The Skeena [Explicit] by Frost from the Album Greatest Joints Dos [Explicit]

songsSkeena River of Mists by Daisy Debolt from the Album Just Mountain Songs Dcd 104


Books about Skeena:

booksSkeena Steelhead: Unknown Past, Uncertain Future by Robert S. Hooton (Nov 15, 2011)

booksSkeena by Fauzia Rafique (Mar 18, 2011)

booksThe Sacred Headwaters: The Fight to Save the Stikine, Skeena, and Nass by Wade Davis, Carr Clifton, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and David Suzuki (Dec 27, 2011)

booksSkeena River Fish and Their Habitat by Allen S. Gottesfeld (Sep 29, 2008)

booksSkeena (Steelhead River Journal) by Rob Brown (Jan 1997)

booksThe Skeena : River of Destiny by R. Geddes Large (1996)

booksSkeena River Prehistory National Museum Of Man Mercury Series by Richard and George MacDonald Inglis (1979)


Movies about Skeena:

moviesThe Skeena River - PARTS 1-3 - DVD -


Wiki information Skeena:

Skeena River
River, Geographical Feature, Body Of Water, Location

The Skeena River is the second longest river entirely within British Columbia, Canada. The Skeena is an important transportation artery, particularly for the Tsimshian and the Gitxsan—whose names mean "inside the Skeena River" and "people of the...

Political District, Dated location, Location

Skeena is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada. It first appeared in the provincial election of 1924.