Stafford

Meaning : Ford By The Landing Place, Ford by the landing place,

Origin : English,

Pronunciation : STAF-ərd  ,

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Stafford Expression, Stafford Soul Urge, Stafford Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Stafford:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma

additional

Additional information Stafford:

additionalFrom a surname which was from a place name meaning "landing-place ford" in Old English.

urban

Definition funny of Stafford:

urbanA euphemism for an extremely large and impressive penis or a person who has an impressive package.

urbanjohn: "Why is she dating him?" tim: "haven't you heard? He's got a huge stafford." or Tim: My sister told me you two had a good date last night. John: Yeah but she called me stafford in the morning. or John: I think I pulled my stafford last night Tim: Sounds like you and the lady need to have a talk

urbanStafford is the county town of Staffordshire, situated between Wolverhampton and Stoke-on-Trent in the West Midlands. It was originally a market town based on the industry of shoe-making, and contains some of Britain's most interesting landmarks, such as: Victoria Park, the Elizabethan Ancient High House and the Shire Hall Art and Exhibition Gallery. Stafford first became (in)famous during the 2001 census, where it finally topped Brighton as housing the UK's largest homosexual-population. The wider borough of Stafford has a population of ~124,531- approximately 87% of which are open homosexuals, 10% are "just fans" of the Paul'O'Grady Show, and the remaining 3% inconclusive/ bisexual. Stafford is also home to a wide variety of educational institutions, boasting over 17 primary schools, 7 high schools, and various other tertiary facilities. Most of these facilities teach homosexuality-lessons (cleverly disguised as drama and PE), keeping to the society's very open, welcoming and understanding nature towards gays, with their slogan: 'If it ain't gay, don't fix it!' The 'Staffordshire Knot' is used as the town's symbol, derived from a sexual position/ act of forplay intended for gay men- conceived locally over 100 years ago.

urbanMan: Hey what the f*** are you doing, stop touching me there! Staffordian: Don't worry, sir. I'm from Stafford. Man: Oh, in that case, please be my guest and partake in gay sex with me.

urbanWhen a girl is giving a guy head under the covers. The guy farts and holds her under there. A dutch oven, with a twist.

urbanLast night I was giving him oral when he yelled STAFFORD....I didn't know what I was in for.

urbanRotting flesh found in the anus of a lepper.

songs

Songs about Stafford:

songs"A"- You're Adorable (The Alphabet Song) [In the Style of "Jo Stafford / Gordon MacRae"] {Karaoke Version} by The Karaoke Channel from the Album Karaoke - In the style of Jo Stafford / Gordon MacRae - Vol. 1

songsWildwood Weed [In the Style of "Jim Stafford"] by Done Again from the Album Jim Stafford - Wildwood Weed (Reproduction)

songsWildwood Weed (In the Style of "Jim Stafford") [Performance Track with Demonstration Vocals] by Done Again from the Album Wildwood Weed (In the Style of "Jim Stafford") [Performance Track with Demonstration Vocals]

songsCow Patti [In the Style of "Jim Stafford"] by Done Again from the Album Jim Stafford - Cow Patti (Reproduction)

songsDark Passage Medley Including "Baila Bailando" / "Too Marvelous for Words" (feat. Jo Stafford) by Franz Waxman from the Album Music from Humphrey Bogart Movies

songsCow Patti (Karaoke Version)(In the style of Jim Stafford) by The Karaoke Channel from the Album The Karaoke Channel - In the style of Jim Stafford - Vol. 1

songsSwamp Witch (In the Style of Jim Stafford) [Karaoke Version] by Karaoke - Ameritz from the Album Swamp Witch (In the Style of Jim Stafford) [Karaoke Version] - Single

books

Books about Stafford:

booksThe Stafford Collection, Historical Western Romances by Lynn Hubbard and Cindy Smith (Apr 19, 2013)

booksThe Staffords, Earls of Stafford and Dukes of Buckingham: 1394-1521 (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought... by Carole Rawcliffe (Jan 27, 1978)

booksMortal Bonds (A Jason Stafford Novel) by Michael Sears (Oct 7, 2014)

booksAsk Me: 100 Essential Poems of William Stafford by William Stafford and Kim Stafford (Dec 10, 2013)

booksThe Collected Stories of Jean Stafford by Jean Stafford and Joyce Carol Oates (Aug 25, 2005)

booksSound of the Ax: Aphorisms and Poems by William Stafford (Pitt Poetry Series) by Vincent Wixon and Paul Merchant (Feb 10, 2014)

booksThe Ultimate Matthew Stafford Fun Fact And Trivia Book by Mark Peters (Feb 21, 2012)

movies

Movies about Stafford:

moviesShakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing - Stafford Collection DVD -

moviesHurst, Stafford & Sutton Live in Nashville 2006 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Starring: Jim Hurst & Tim Stafford & Bryan Sutton Directed by: Jim Hurst & Tim Stafford & Bryan Sutton

moviesThis Gift's for You From Jim Stafford: A Perfect Blend of Merriment, Mirth and More... -

moviesRoland Stafford's Golf Course -

moviesJim Stafford: Live in Branson -

moviesReflections on William Stafford & Pablo Neruda 2005 G - Runtime: 1 hr 56 mins

moviesWilliam Stafford The Life of The Poem and What The River Says Video Set Contemporary American Poets Series -

wiki

Wiki information Stafford:

Staffordshire
English non-metropolitan county, Statistical region, Administrative Division, Dated location, English civil parish, Newspaper circulation area, Location, UK statistical location

Staffordshire is a landlocked county in the West Midlands of England. Part of the National Forest lies within its borders. It adjoins Cheshire to the north west, Derbyshire and Leicestershire to the east, Warwickshire to the south east, West Midlands...

Stafford
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Travel destination, Statistical region

Stafford is the county town of Staffordshire, in the West Midlands of England. It lies approximately 16 miles north of Wolverhampton and 18 miles south of Stoke-on-Trent. The population in 2001 was 63,681 and that of the wider borough of Stafford...