Additional information Hibernia:

additionalLatin Meaning: The name Hibernia is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Hibernia is: From Ireland.


Definition funny of Hibernia:

urbanOne of the three realms in Mythic Entertainment's Dark Age of Camelot. This realm is made up of a bunch of whiners and crybabies who act like they are underpowered, when in all reality they have cheesiest realm in all of DAOC. They also hate Albion, and seem to enjoy teaming up with there secret cohorts in Midgard (another DAOC realm, also overpowered.) They wage a vicious psychological war against Albion on the VN boards, trying to convince the Albs that THEY are overpowered, and need to break up the almighty Albtron and run l33t 8 man gank groups. Albion should be wise and ignore their posting of rubbish and zerg the shit out of them.

urbanMythic employees play Hibernia because they are so overpowered.

urban Hibernia was the name the Romans gave to the large island West of Britannia (which was their name for modern Great Britain) which we now know as Ireland.

urbanI think they should've kept the name Hibernia because it's better than Ireland. Afterall, we DID keep Britain as this island's name.

urbanA realm that thinks Mythic Entertainment hates them and that they favor albs (Albion) and mids (Midgard) when really, they're being a bunch of whiners, because Mythic favors no one.

urbanHib1: oh, woes me, the alb just ganked me! Everyone hates us! Alb: Shut the hell up.

urbanRealm in DAOC. People no longer play there because of the lack of its development.


Expression information Hibernia:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be creative and excellent at expressing themselves. They are drawn to the arts, and often enjoy life immensely. They are often the center of attention, and enjoy careers that put them in the limelight. They tend to become involved in many different activities, and are sometimes reckless with both their energies and with money.


Soul information Hibernia:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.


Songs about Hibernia:

songsHibernia by Michael W. Smith from the Album Freedom

songsGenesis Hibernia by Dagda from the Album Hibernia

songsErin the Fair, My Hibernia the Brave by Seamus Kennedy from the Album On the Rocks

songsGenesis Hibernia by Dagda from the Album Celtic Trance

songsGenesis Hibernia by Dagda from the Album St Patricks Day - 100 Irish Songs

songsGenesis Hibernia by Dagda from the Album Hibernia - The Story Of Ireland

songsHibernia by Bethany Bordeaux from the Album Songs from Along the Way: A Live Recording


Books about Hibernia:

booksHibernia (Veteran of Rome Book 2) by William Kelso (Sep 26, 2014)

booksThe Greener Shore: A Novel of the Druids of Hibernia by Morgan Llywelyn (Jun 26, 2007)

booksDie Chroniken von Araluen - Die Befreiung von Hibernia: Band 8 (German Edition) by John Flanagan and Angelika Eisold-Viebig (Dec 10, 2012)

booksThe Hibernia Strain by Albert Peterson (Oct 26, 2013)

booksHibernia America: The Irish and Regional Cultures (Contributions in Ethnic Studies) by Dennis Clark (Jun 18, 1986)

booksHibernia: Promise of Rock and Sea by Lara Maynard (Jan 1, 1997)

books2194 U.N.S. Hibernia - Nicholas Ewing Seafort: Auf den Gipfeln der Verzweiflung (Phantastische Universen in Buch... by Alexander Seibold and Gabriele L. Berndt (Oct 3, 2014)


Wiki information Hibernia:

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