Meaning : Good Oak,
Origin : Spanish,
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Numerology information Arizona:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Additional information Arizona:
U.S. State Name. Often mistaken as a Native American name, scholars now agree that Arizona was named from the Basque words "aritz ona" meaning "good oak."
Definition funny of Arizona:
Arizona - It's the devil's playground The devil wanted a place on earth, sort of a summer home, a place to spend his vacation, whenever he wanted to roam. So he picked out Arizona, a place both wretched and rough, where the climate was to his liking, and the cowboys hardened and tough. He dried up the lakes in the valley, then burned and scorched it all, He dried up the streams in the canyons, and ordered no rain to fall. Then over this barren desert, he transplanted shrubs from Hell, the cactus thistle and prickly pear, the climate suited them well. Now the home was much to his liking, but animal life he had none, so he created crawling creatures, that all mankind would shun. First he made the rattlesnake, with its forked poisonous tongue, taught it to strike and rattle, and how to shallow its young. Then he made scorpions and lizards, and the ugly old horned toad, he placed spiders of every description, under the rocks by the side of the road. Then he ordered the sun to shine hotter, hotter and hotter still, until even the cactus wilted, and the old horned toads looked ill. Then he gazed on his earthly kingdom, as any creator would, he chuckled a little, rolled up his sleeves, and admitted it was good. T'was summer now and Satan, lay by a prickly pear to rest, the sweat rolled off his sweaty brow, so he took off his coat and vest. "By golly", he finally panted, "I did my job to well, I'm going back to where I came from, Arizona is hotter than hell!"
It doesn't get any better than Arizona :).
You know you live in Arizona when: You buy salsa by the gallon. All of your out-of-state friends start to visit after October but clear out come the end of April. You think someone driving while wearing oven mitts is clever. Most of the restaurants in your town have the first name "El" or "Los." You think six tons of crushed rock makes a beautiful yard. You notice your car overheating before you drive it. Your house is made of stucco and has a red clay tile roof. You can say Hohokam(?Hohokam (HO-ho-ko'm) and people don't think you're laughing funny. You no longer associate bridges or rivers with water. You see more irrigation water on the street than there is in the Salt River. You know a swamp cooler is not a happy hour drink. You can say 120 degrees without fainting. Every other vehicle is a 4x4. You can be in the snow, and then drive for an hour and it will be more than 100 degrees. Vehicles with open windows have the right-of-way in the summer. You have to go to a fake beach for some fake waves. People break out coats when the temperature drops below 70. You discover, in July, it only takes two fingers to drive your car. The pool can be warmer than you are. You can make sun tea instantly. People will drive over 100 miles just to see snow. You run your air conditioner in the middle of winter so you can use your fireplace. Most people will not drink tap water unless they are under dire conditions. People with black cars or have black upholstery in their car are automatically assumed to be from out-of-state or nuts. You notice the best parking place is determined by shade instead of distance. You realize Valley Fever isn't a disco dance. You can finish a Big Gulp in 10 minutes and go back for seconds. The water from the cold water tap is the same temperature as the hot one. You can (correctly) pronounce the words: "Saguaro(?Saguaro (suh-WA'R-o) An arborescent cactus (Carnegiea gigantea) "Tempe," "Gila Bend," "San Xavier," "Canyon de Chelly," "Mogollon Rim," "Cholla," and "Ajo." It's noon in July, kids are on summer vacation, and not one person is moving on the streets. You actually burn your hand opening the car door. Sunscreen is sold year round, kept at the front of the checkout counter, a formula less than 30 SPF is a joke, and you wear it just to go to the Circle K. Some fool can market mini-misters for joggers and other fools will actually buy them. Hot-air balloons can't go up, because the air outside is hotter than the air inside. No one would dream of putting vinyl upholstery in a car. You eat hot chilis to cool your mouth off. You learn that a seat belt makes a pretty good branding iron. The temperature drops below 95, you feel a bit chilly. You discover that you can get a sunburn through your car window. You break a sweat the instant you step outside at 7:30 a.m. before work. Your biggest bicycle wreck fear is, "What if I get knocked out and end up lying on the pavement and cook to death?" You realize that asphalt has a liquid state.
This place feels like Arizona
The only state where you can see asphalt in its liquid phase.
"Dude why'd you just jump back like that?" "Sorry, I tried opening the car door. Gotta love Arizona."
The best state of the 50 states in the United States. This is paradise on earth, everyone is welcomed. Contrary to popular belief, Arizona does have four seasons, Sedona has winter, Phoenix the summer, and the rest in between. This place is full of botanical gardens, cacti everywhere. Everything is close from Arizona, California is 4 hours away, and other states are close by. Mexico is 4 hour drive, where no matter how old you are. Unlike Washington and Oregon, it doesn't rain as often as it does.
Songs about Arizona:
There Is No Arizona by Jamie O'Neal from the Album Shiver
By The Time I Get To Arizona by Public Enemy from the Album Apocolypse '91 The Enemy Strikes Back
Arizona by Mark Lindsay from the Album Arizona
Benson Arizona by Dominik Hauser from the Album Assault On Precinct 13 / Dark Star - Music From The John Carpenter Motion Pictures
Dark Star - Benson Arizona by Dominik Hauser from the Album Benson, Arizona - From the John Carpenter Motion Picture, Dark Star
Raising Arizona (1987) - Way Out There by Carter Burwell from the Album 20th Century Fox: 75 Years Of Great Film Music
Tucson, Arizona (Gazette) by Dan Fogelberg from the Album Windows And Walls
Books about Arizona:
Arizona by David Muench (Nov 1, 2007)
A is for Arizona by J.S. Monroe-Daley and Silvia Faschi (Sep 30, 2009)
Arizona by Fred Hirschmann (Nov 1, 1990)
The Arizona State Guard: Bloody Border by Jeffrey Fortney (Oct 7, 2014)
Arizona Redemption by SQ Eads, Charles Turner and Leia Jobe (May 11, 2011)
Arizona Atlas & Gazetteer by Delorme and null (Jan 1, 2010)
Arizona Highways 2015 Classic Wall Calendar by Arizona Highways (Jul 21, 2014)
Movies about Arizona:
Raising Arizona 2008 PG-13 CC - Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins Starring: Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter, Trey Wilson, et al. Directed by: Joel Coen
Arizona Seaside [HD] 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Starring: Roy Werner, Alexandra Hunter, et al. Directed by: jens Pil Pilegaard
Nature Parks GRAND CANYON PARK Arizona 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 46 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
Song Of Arizona 2007 PG - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, et al. Directed by: Frank McDonald
Nature Parks CANYON DE CHELLY Arizona 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 46 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
Nature Parks PETRIFIED FOREST Arizona 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 46 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
The State of Arizona [HD] 2014 TV-PG CC - Runtime: 1 hr 25 mins Directed by: Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini
Wiki information Arizona:
Arizona is a state in the southwestern region of the United States. It is also part of the Western United States and of the Mountain West states. It is the sixth largest and the 15th most populous of the 50 states. Its capital and largest city is...
The University of Arizona is a public research university located in Tucson, Arizona, United States. UA was the first university in the state of Arizona, founded in 1885. The university includes the University of Arizona College of Medicine, which...