Origin : English (Rare),
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Numerology information Farran:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Additional information Farran:
From an English surname which was derived from Old French ferrant meaning "iron grey".
Definition funny of Farran:
Refers to a very mysterious, very beautiful, blonde woman. Farrans usually have many mysteries and secrets and like to keep people on their toes. They are unique as their name is. One can find a Farran in any place in the world as Farrans often seek adventure in foreign lands and new places. Farrans are very seductive using their eyes confidence and accents to lure men. Farrans are more likely than not heartbreakers but are known for their undying love and loyalty to one man in a lifetime, and have been known to have broken hearts themselves. Farrans have the need to feel free. If you let one do her own thing she will most likely return to you, but the more controlled and caged she feels the further she'll fly away from you.
Marilyn Monroe was such a farran in her day. That farran is one lion I'd love to tame. *rawr
A queer young male generally aged fourteen and has hair that closely resembles that of a woman. You generally find these patrolling the streets of Auckland mostly trying to pop a squat outside the local gay bars.
"Dude that girls hair is totally Farran." "Don't do that you'll turn into a Farran."
Books about Farran:
Major Farran's Hat: The Untold Story of the Struggle to Establish the Jewish State by David Cesarani (Aug 11, 2009)
The Farrans of Fellmonger Street by Harry Bowling (Sep 1999)
Farran: Webster's Timeline History, 1800 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Major Farran's Hat: Counter-Terrorism, Murder, and Cover-Up in Palestine, 1956-47 by David Cesarani (Apr 21, 2009)
The Farrans of Fellmonger Street (2007)
Carlos Jerez Farrán, Un Lorca desconocido: análisis de un teatro "irrepresentable.".(... de libro): An article... by C. Christopher Soufas (May 12, 2006)
The Farrans of Fellmonger Street (Magna Large Print General Series) by Mary Bowling (Jun 1996)