Definition funny of Calata:

urbanThe way to say NAKED in Peruvian. Calato is for males, Calata for females.

urbanI can definately see her nipple, WAIT! Is she... calata??? Yes, she is.


Songs about Calata:

songsIntabolatura de lauto, Book 4: Calata ala spagnola by Christopher Wilson from the Album Early Venetian Lute Music

songsCalata Ala Spagnola by Piffaro from the Album Los Ministriles: Spanish Renaissance Wind Music

songsCalata ala spagnola ditto terzetti (Dalza) by Paul O'Dette from the Album Alla Venetiana - Early 16th Century Venetian Lute Music

songsAnonymus: Calata by Anonymus Christian Zimmermann from the Album Italienische Lautenmusik

songsBona calata (arr. M. Gondko) by Marcin Zalewski from the Album If Lute Could Speak ?

songsCala'ta Boca by Iris from the Album Intuição

songsCalata by Christopher Wilson from the Album Early Venetian Lute Music


Books about Calata:

booksLa Calata del Paradiso (Italian Edition) by Giovanni Tenca (May 16, 2014)

booksLa calata del montanari a Gorizia il 27 marzo 1713: [Reprint of the Original from 1912] (Italian Edition) by Edoardo Traversa (Mar 24, 2013)

booksStoria della Grande Guerra d'Italia (Volume 10): La calata dei prosseneti (Gli inviati straordinari) (Italian... by Isidoro Reggio (Aug 13, 2014)

booksCàlata by Ester Aparo (Jan 1, 2007)

booksCalata bolata camatkara: Narayana Vamana Tilakanci katha by Ashok Devdatt Tilak (2000)

booksLa calata di Mac Similiano XXXVI by Guido Crepax (1984)

booksLa calata dei cosacchi in Ungheria. by MINARDI A. - (Jan 1, 1916)


Wiki information Calata:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Statistical region, Location

Calatayud is a municipality in the Province of Zaragoza, within Aragón, Spain, lying on the river Jalón, in the midst of the Sistema Ibérico mountain range. It is the second-largest town in the province after the capital, Zaragoza, and the largest...

James Calata

Reverend James Arthur Calata was a South African priest and politician. He was the Secretary-General of the African National Congress from 1936 to 1949. He was appointed a canon of the Grahamstown Cathedral making him the first Black canon in the...