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Definition funny of Seny:
1. Very awesome 2. Pure awesomeness 3. What you did there was awesome.
What she did in class today was seny. You're looking seny today. Did you see when Bob jumped across the ally ontop of the roofs? Now that was seny.
Songs about Seny:
Akh Vy Seny by Zaporog Balalaikas from the Album Gypsy & Folk Music - Russia
Come Over Now (Gabriel Seny Remix) by Szeifert vs Krash from the Album Ibiza Sampler 001 (Mixed By DJ Paul Newhouse)
Come Over Now (Gabriel Seny Remix) by Szeifert vs Krash from the Album Come Over Now
Deixem de Vestir de Seny by Mel i Mugró from the Album Cançons Populars
El Seny Minvant by Vanova from the Album 2Records
Ite Missa Est: Plena de Seny by Exaudi Nos from the Album Joan Brudieu: Requiem
Karshidan Kurdym Seny (I Saw You at the Neighbours Window) by Remzi Seidjalilov Luman Seidjalilov from the Album Legend of Crimean Tatar Music
Books about Seny:
El acuerdo del seny: Superar el nacionalismo desde la libertad (Monografías) (Spanish Edition) by Juan Milián Querol, Unión Editorial and Pablo Jiménez Recio (Oct 15, 2014)
Seny i rauxa
Seny i rauxa: 11 artistes catalans, ... : [exposition, Paris], Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee national d'art moderne... (1978)
Tiempo para el "seny".: An article from: Epoca by Julio Ariza (Jul 31, 2005)
Pediatria amb seny per a pares i mares amb seny (Catalan Edition) by Estivill Eduard, Pin Gonzalo and ESTHER; ROIG GIMÃ‰NEZ (Sep 15, 2011)
Bridget Jones perd el seny by Helen Fielding (aut.); Ernest Riera Arbussà (tr.) (Nov 1, 2013)
Wiki information Seny:
Seny is a form of ancestral Catalan wisdom or sensibleness. It involves well-pondered perception of situations, level-headedness, awareness, integrity, and right action. More specifically, a National Geographic anthropologist defined seny as "a kind...
The Senyera is a vexillological symbol based on the coat of arms of the Crown of Aragon, which consists of four red stripes on a golden background. This coat of arms, often called bars of Aragon, or simply "the four bars", historically represented...