Numerology information Bencher:

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


Definition funny of Bencher:

urbanOpposite of a baller (see baller).

urbanThat guy is totally baller, look at his blingin watch. No, man that shit is from swapmeet. He's a total bencher.

urbanA person who sits on the bench of their hang-out spot. In order to be a bencher, you must hang out within close proximity of a bench. A bencher is the top of the hierarchy of a hangout spot. This was started in Los Amigos High School. Also see "floorer", "scoocher".

urbanAfter years of being on the Senior Stage at LAHS, Chris is a full-fledged bencher and has his own seat which is never touched.


Songs about Bencher:

songsBencher by Jigante from the Album Saturday

songsSachin Tendulkar Back Bencher by Anirudh Ravichander from the Album Back Bench Student (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Books about Bencher:

booksBencher Family Series Bundle (Entangled Indulgence) by Inara Scott (Feb 10, 2014)

booksThe Boss's Fake Fiancee (Bencher Family Book 2) by Inara Scott (Oct 7, 2012)

booksRules of Negotiation (Bencher Family Book 1) by Inara Scott (Feb 14, 2012)

booksFalling for Mr. Wrong (Entangled Indulgence) (Bencher Family Book 3) by Inara Scott (Nov 11, 2013)

booksBirkon Mikdash M'At: The Nfty Bencher by Jeremy Gimbel (Oct 17, 2005)

booksNCSY Bencher Pocket Size: A Book of Prayer and Song by David Olivestone (1993)

booksBencher's Crossing, TX by A. Soo Donim (Mar 12, 2012)


Wiki information Bencher:

Judicial title, Profession

A bencher or Master of the Bench is a senior member of an Inn of Court in England and Wales. Benchers hold office for life once elected. A bencher can be elected while still a barrister, in recognition of the contribution that the barrister has made...

Political party, Organization, Employer

A crossbencher is an independent or minor party member of some legislatures, such as the British House of Lords and in the Parliament of Australia. They take their name from the crossbenches, between and perpendicular to the government and opposition...