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Numerology information Neish:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Neish:
Adj. - Used in situations where nice just isn't enough, a compliment of the highest quality.
"You look so neish today"
Verb: The act of using all the surfaces and utensils in a room (usually the kitchen).
A: There are no more clean knifes in the kitchen. B: Oh, yeah, I made a cake earlier and totally neished the kitchen, sorry.
Exaggerates beyond normality.
What? That never happened your such a Neish.
Songs about Neish:
Be Bless by Neish Dawkins by Zeekdaville from the Album Psongs of Deliverance
Carnival for Bass (feat. Leslie Neish) by Fodens Brass Band from the Album Patrons Choice, Vol. 1
Celestial Morn (feat. Leslie Neish) by Foden's Band from the Album Patrons' Choice, Vol. 2
Crazy (feat. DJ Jefersong, Jason Lewis, K'Neish) by The J. Quiah Project from the Album The J. Quiah Project
Tegish Ne'ish (As Made Famous By: Ali Alhaggar) by Karoke Experts Band from the Album Karaoke - Top Arabic Music Hits, Volume 6
Vee (feat. Missy Neish) [BoogieBro Remix] by Tony Colangelo from the Album Vee (feat. Missy Neish)
Vee (feat. Missy Neish) [Extended Club Mix] by Tony Colangelo from the Album Vee (feat. Missy Neish)
Books about Neish:
A.C. Neish competition: 1947-1997.: An article from: Canadian Chemical News by Even J. Lemieux and Jean-Francois Legault (Jul 28, 2005)
Fellow traveller: a British Columbia fisherman writes home from the eastern bloc, 1952.(NOTE AND DOCUMENT/NOTE... by Benjamin Isitt (Jul 2, 2009)
An Introduction to British Pewter: Illustrated from the Neish Collection at the Museum of British Pewter, Harvard... by David Moulson and Alex Neish (Nov 1997)
An Old Soldier's Song. [Song.] The words by W. Neish by Gwynne Davies (1915)
History of the Clan Neish or MacNish of Perthshire and Galloway, by David MacNish (1925)
Wiki information Neish:
Neish Island is an islet in Loch Earn, Scotland. Clan MacNeish used it for shelter after being attacked by Clan MacNab. Clan MacNeish robbed the MacNabs and were retaliated upon.
Bruce Neish is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Essendon and Footscray in the Victorian Football League during the early 1970s. On debut, Neish kicked four out of his team's seven goals in a loss to Melbourne at the MCG. He spent...