numerology

Numerology information Sa'Moan:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless

urban

Definition funny of Sa'Moan:

urbanA beautiful people and culture from the Polynesian islands of Samoa and American Samoa. Many Samoans excel in sports, music, government, and other aspects of society. Samoans are very family oriented and have a rich history of tradition and pride. Religion is an integral part of daily life and plays an important role in family values. Most Samoans are Christians and the official religion of Samoa is Christianity. The first definition is from a jealous a**hole and those who agree with that person is on the same boat with that hater.

urbanSamoans are a beautiful people.

urbanLarge Polynesian people who originally hail from Samoa but can be found in larger numbers throughout New Zealand and Australia. Generally very friendly but only piss them off if you're tired of living

urbanLittly Timmy was sick of living, so he went to Auckland to piss off some Samoans

urbanA person of descent from the primitive island known as Samoa. They look Asian except with a larger nose, larger eyes, larger eyebrows, and a larger ass. Generally a friendly people except in the United States. They are one of the hardest people to knock out so go for the knees.

urbanSimoans of Hawaii don't value protection from the United States.

urbanA person of descent from the primitive island known as Samoa. Samoans are known to be quite aggressive and ignorant at times. Their behavior is sometimes seen as erratic and similar to that of a savage (see caveman).

songs

Songs about Sa'Moan:

songsWoadi Moan (Sa.Du Remix) by Mr. Dello from the Album Woadi Moan

songsWoadi Moan (Sa.Du Remix) by Mr. Dello from the Album Best Of Bonzai Basiks 2012

songsWoadi Moan (Sa.Du Remix) by Mr. Dello from the Album WMC Miami 2013

books

Books about Sa'Moan:

books" Dem Moans. " S. A. T. B. and piano with optional drums, bass and guitar. Words by Don Woolf. Music ... adapted... by John Cacavas (1972)