urban

Definition funny of Bewer:

urbanwoman. female. bird. chick. bitch.

urbanthat minging bewer over there

urbanyorkshire slang for a girl

urbanthat bewer's only 10years old

urbanA vulgar term used to distinguish the female members of the population. Nobody knows it's exact origin, definition or purpose. There's a rumour that a gentleman known only as 'Booby dee' invented the term whilst describing his new girlfriend to a group of friends in the working mens club.

urbanExample 1: Deebo - fancy watching the footy tonight, daz? Daz - aye, but this time leave ya bewer at home Example 2: Deebo - She took ma new car and ma credit card daz! Daz - Sounds like your bewer needs a bullet, mate!

urbanderived from the townie term, then used in an ironic way to say that someone is either hot, or someone's girlfriend/boyfriend. as always, these things stop being used in an ironic way, and is now widely used and (less) widely accepted as an appropriate term.

books

Books about Bewer:

booksBewers (Afrikaans Edition) by Riette Steenkamp (Jan 4, 1996)

booksMax Bewer Lider Aus Norwegen (German Edition) by Anonymous (Oct 19, 2009)

booksGhrok die verhaal van 'n bewer by Alberto Manzi (1962)

booksLonely Planet Africa by Anthony Ham, James Bainbridge, Tim Bewer, Stuart Butler, Jea [Lonely Planet,2010] (Paperback... (Feb 2, 0010)

booksLonely Planet Thailand by China Williams, Alan Murphy, Mark Beals, Tim Bewer, Brandon [Lonely Planet,2012] (Paperback... (Feb 2, 0012)

booksMax Bewer Lider Aus Norwegen by Anonymous (Oct 27, 2009)

booksDie Chemie Im Dienste Der Oeffentlichen Gesundheitspflege: Ein Wegweiser Fur Verwaltungsbeamte, Aerzte, Ingenieure... by Fleck Hugo 1828-1894 (Sep 25, 2011)

wiki

Wiki information Bewer:

Bewer
Location

Bewer is a river of Lower Saxony, Germany.

Bewerley
English civil parish, Statistical region, Location, Administrative Division, City/Town/Village, Dated location

Bewerley is a village and civil parish in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire, England, about twelve miles west of Ripon. The parish includes the urban area of Pateley Bridge west of the River Nidd, and the village of Greenhow, as well as...