Definition funny of Arends:

urbanArend- means King of the Eagles or mighty mountain. Has dutch/german origin. Respected name in Europe. Also the name of a knight-Arend of Roland. Of European origin.

urbanArend-A bold knight, eagle, european.

urbanComplete and utter wanker.



Songs about Arends:

songsArend by Udo Witte from the Album Tu's mit Ruhe und Mut

songsArend in de Canta by Fons Merkies from the Album Alles is Familie (De film muziek van Fons Merkies)

songsArend Stokje by De Wamblientjes from the Album Vrolijke Vlaamse Kinderliedjes

songsArend, het is vandaag 15 mei (Een Hoorspel) by Jan de Hartog from the Album Hollands Glorie

songsAs ek toe maar 'n Arend was by Randall Wicomb from the Album Érens is jy

songsBirds (feat. Alhons & Arend) by JollyFish from the Album Jump

songsDe Arend Die Geen Kip Was by Luisterverhaaltjes from the Album De Allerleukste Dieren Verhaaltjes


Books about Arends:

booksPatterns of Democracy: Government Forms and Performance in Thirty-Six Countries 2nd (second) Edition by Lijphart... (0010)

booksDemocracy and Institutions: The Life Work of Arend Lijphart by Markus M. L. Crepaz, Thomas Albert Koelble and David Wilsford (Jun 16, 2000)

booksArend: Webster's Timeline History, 1480 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksArends: Webster's Timeline History, 1675 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksArend.(Review): An article from: World Literature Today by Ludo Stynen (Jul 28, 2005)

booksCarolyn Arends: Feel Free (Piano / Guitar / Voice) by Carolyn Arends (1997)

booksLearning to Teach. Richard Arends by Richard Arends (Jun 1, 2007)


Wiki information Arends:

Carolyn Arends
Contemporary Christian Artist, Songwriter, Social network user, Musical Artist, Person, Lyricist, Award Nominee, Musician, Composer

Carolyn Arends is a Contemporary Christian musician, songwriter, and author based in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.

German city, Dated location, Administrative Division, Location, City/Town/Village, Statistical region

Arendsee is a municipality in the Altmarkkreis Salzwedel, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It is named after the lake Arendsee, located north of the town.