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Numerology information Smeck:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Smeck:
to laugh, like an idiot..
from the russian smekh
Not a full-blown smooch but a little more than a peck
I smeck her
An increasingly common word denoting any kind of sexual act. Presumably born from a rather lazy attempt to constitute a somewhat censored version of the regular s-word. Similar to the background of words such as jeebus or fawk.
Care to join me in the closet for some hot smecks?
A collective of printmakers at the University of South Florida who, in Fall of 2010, combined the first letters of their first names (Scott, Melissa, Erica, Caroline and Kevin) then found the word in the Urban Dictionary and created a portfolio of 25 art prints based on the various definitions of the non-word "smeck.'
Songs about Smeck:
Le Roi Smeck by Zeena Parkins and Elliot Sharp from the Album Blackburst
Roy Smeck by Rube Waddell from the Album Stinkbait
Books about Smeck:
Roy Smeck's New Original Ukulele Method by Roy Smeck (Sep 1, 1996)
Roy Smeck: The Wizard Of The Strings In His Life And Times by Vincent Cortese (Aug 12, 2004)
Roy Smeck's Modern Chord Method For Guitar [Songbook] (1928)
The Roy Smeck Ukulele and Ukulele Banjo Method by Roy Smeck (1928)
Mel Bay Fun with the Jaws Harp by Roy Smeck published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc. (1974) [Paperback] by Roy Smeck (Jan 1, 1973)
Roy Smeck's Rount the World Album of Simplified Guitar Solos by Roy Smeck (1935)
Roy Smeck's Easy Arrangements For Ukulele And Baritone Uke, Includes Instructions, Words, Music, Chord Names And... by Roy Smeck (1964)
Movies about Smeck:
Wizard of the Strings - A Portrait of Roy Smeck 1985 - Runtime: 27 mins
Wiki information Smeck:
Roy Smeck was an American musician. His skill on the banjo, guitar, steel guitar, and especially the ukulele earned him the nickname "Wizard of the Strings."
Paul Smecker is a fictional character from the 1999 film The Boondock Saints.