Numerology information Deepsix:

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


Definition funny of Deepsix:

urbanTo hide or dispose of something in such a way that it will be extremely difficult or impossible to find or recover, even for the person doing the hiding. Get rid of. Nautical in origin, it comes from a call indicating a depth of six fathoms (over ten meters), a depth from which recovery of an item tossed overboard would be very difficult.

urbanArgggh, matey! Deep six the crack pipe before Admiral Billy-Bob catches us. Jimmy-Joe, we'd better deep six the whole meth kitchen before Andy Taylor shows up at the trailer park

urbanto stow something away in place where it will be impossible to find. the six refers to six fathoms (or 36 feet), the minimum legal depth for a burial at sea

urbanJames Bond was given the deep six in You only live twice

urbanTo deep-six means to get rid of, to ignore, or to bury something. It comes from the six feet depth of a grave.

urbanI'm sick and tired of the deal we made. It's time to deep-six that shit.

urbanBlowing a load inside a pussy.


Songs about Deepsix:

songsLife Cipher produced by Deepsix by Braille from the Album Shades of Grey

songsLife Cipher (produced by Deepsix) by Braille from the Album Shades of Grey

songsDeep-Six by Mary's Blood from the Album Azure - EP

songsDeepsix - Tactical by Deepsix from the Album Transatlantic Bass


Books about Deepsix:

booksDeepsix by Jack McDevitt (Jan 8, 2002)

booksDeepsix (Solaris ficción) (Spanish Edition) by JacK McDevitt (Jan 27, 2012)

booksThe Search For Bryant Hunter: Book One of the Deepsix War by Stan Smith (Jan 18, 2014)

booksDeepsix by Jack Mcdevitt

booksDeepsix by Jack McDevitt (Feb 17, 2003)

booksDeepsix by McDevitt, Jack. (Harper Voyager,2002) [Mass Market Paperback] (Jan 2, 0002)

booksDeepsix (Ldp Science Fic) (French Edition) by Jack McDevitt (Oct 1, 2007)


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