Origin : Dutch,

Pronunciation : KHAY:R-tyə  ,

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Geertje Expression, Geertje Soul Urge, Geertje Inner Dream


Additional information Geertje:

additionalDiminutive of GEERTRUIDA


Definition funny of Geertje:

urbanA expression to discribe how drunk, or how good you where winning last night, especially when you did some really stupid things. Geertje is a superhero in Rijkevorsel, Belgium, so this expression is a more local, region-tied expression.

urbanOh, my God, Keith, that man is soooo Geertje, i think he is the Winnaar today! I can't believe i was so Geertje last night, i'm quite sure somebody did something in my drink! When i'm going out tonight, i hope i will be as drunk as Geertje


Songs about Geertje:

songsGeertje En Titus by Laurens Van Rooyen from the Album Laurens Van Rooyen Presenteert... Rembrandt

songsOntslag Geertje by Laurens Van Rooyen from the Album Laurens Van Rooyen Presenteert... Rembrandt


Books about Geertje:

booksGeertje (Dutch Edition) by Johan de Meester (Jan 1, 1905)

booksGeertje by Grashoff Cok (1111)

booksGeertje (Jan 1, 1942)

booksGeertje Deel 1 (Dutch Edition) by Johan de Meester (Jan 1, 2014)

booksGeertje (Dutch Edition) by Meester Johan de (Sep 22, 2011)

booksGeertje, Volume 1 (Dutch Edition) by Johan de Meester (Sep 24, 2011)

booksGeertje (Volume1) by De Meester Johan (1921)


Wiki information Geertje:

Geertje Dircx
Deceased Person, Person

Geertje Dircx [ˈɣɪːrcə dɪrks] was the lover of Rembrandt van Rijn after the death of his wife Saskia. She was hired as a wetnurse to the painter's son Titus, but lived with Rembrandt as his lover for several years. The relationship broke up...

Geertje Wielema
Swimmer, Athlete, Measured person, Person, Deceased Person, Olympic athlete

Geertje Wielema was a freestyle and backstroke swimmer from the Netherlands, who won the silver medal at the 1952 Summer Olympics in the 100 m backstroke. In 1954 she was named Holland's first female Sportspersonality of the Year.