Meaning : Expedition, Invasion,

Origin : English (Rare), Irish,

Pronunciation : SLON  ,

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Sloane Expression, Sloane Soul Urge, Sloane Inner Dream


Additional information Sloane:

additionalGaelic Meaning: The name Sloane is a Gaelic baby name. In Gaelic the meaning of the name Sloane is: warrior.

additionalCeltic Meaning: The name Sloane is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Sloane is: Fighter.

additionalFrom an Irish surname which was derived from an Anglicized form of the given name SLUAGHADHÁN.


Definition funny of Sloane:

urbanA Sloane is anyone who involves themselves in the “wild” public school* social life, and has a little too much money to burn. Traditionally, the Sloane is female, but nowadays males have been welcomed into the category, with their own distinct form of Sloaneyism. Sloanes tend to spend much of their free life mindlessly wandering up and down the King’s Road and the immediate area of Chelsea, making use of a specialist tool known as “Daddy’s Credit Card” with the traders of the area. * A public school is a paid-for educational institution, often with boarding houses. The idea behind them is that someone pays for you to gain a superior education, which allows you to earn plenty of money to get your children a superior education, which allows them to... etc. etc. until one of your offspring blows all his money on a twin-engined chocolate orange making machine

urbantypical Sloane conversation: "Felicity- ought we to tell Poppy-Mae that her earrings are only half a carat? She may make an awful faux-pas..." "best not, Constance...she may tell Alexander, and then Daddy will never let us go to the Gymkhana this weekend."

urbanA term used to describe young rich, upper/ middle class people. They usually go to public or private school, enjoy playing/ watching polo, sailing, and rugby. The girls enjoy shopping in London and hang around King's Road, Notting Hill and High Street Kensington. The girls can be spotted by their: Ridiculously backcombed hair, often with a massive side parting near their ears. If the hair's tied up it's in a very messy ponytail or loose knot Clothing by Jack Wills, Abercrombie and Fitch or Ralph Lauren Large belts Massive over-sized sunglasses Countless amounts of big bangles Footless tights, denim mini skirt and Ugg boots Abercrombie and Fitch or Jack Wills jogging botttoms tucked into their Ugg boots Skinny Jeans Long often ratty looking cardigans Over sized JW or A&F jumpers Ballet pumps Big set of Faux pearls Pashminas Polo/rugy shirts with the collars turned up Loud, fast speech, saying 'yah' alot The boys can be spotted weaing: Any item of clothing by Ralph Lauren, Jack Wills or Abercrombie and Fitch Polo/ rugby shirts with the collars turned up Brown loafers Chinos Names include: Harriet (Hats), Charlotte (Charls), Camilla (Mills), Emily (Ems), Antonia (Ants), Victoria (Tors/Tory), Olivia (Livs), Julia (Jules), Rupert, Sebastian, Jeremy (Jez), William (Wills)

urbanThose girls are such sloanes. (Normal people talking about sloanes) "Shall we go shopping down the KR darls?" "Yah! I've seen a new hoodie in Jack Wills it's sooooo fit!" (Two sloanes talking to each other)

urban(v.) to drop an object at a vital time.

urbanThe doctor accidently sloaned the baby and watched it hit the floor. Did you see him totally sloane that disc?

urbanAnother english stereotype. Similar to populars,abercrombies and similar behaviour to preps. Wealthy;almost exclusivly go to fee paying schools. They come in to basic types, female and male. Female sloans can be identified by the following: -Clothing from jackwills (the uk version of abercrombie), primark for some reason and abercrombie and fitch. -purposly messed up hair usually fliped over onto one side of the head (they really do think this is cool) -uggs -oversized handbags -sometimes excessive use of dark eyemakeup -hoodies, skinny jeans, mini skirts, leggings -feel the need to find ways to make non-sloanes feel inferior to them due to thier extremely large egos -seem to only aknowledge fellow sloanes as people worthy of their time and attention -think highly of themselves and have huge egos -chase after male sloanes -sometimes speak in a fake american accent **** Male sloanes -style their hair (usualy so their manbangs go diagonally across their foreheads -similarlily to females, wear clothing exclusivly from jack wills, abercrombie and other preppy brands. -dress in skinny (or extremely baggy in a desperate attempt to be deemed cool) jeans -have even larger egos than female sloanes -date only female sloanes -think they are amzing at all sports -swear to make themselves seem cool and edgy in conclusion, sloanes are self absorbed, extremely self concious ego-mainiacs who consider themselves the coolest, most popular people ever, though they are most definatly not.


Expression information Sloane:

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 Sloane:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.


Songs about Sloane:

songsSloane by Jared Evan from the Album Pieces EP [Explicit]

songsHappy Birthday to Sloane (Sloan) by Personalized Kid Music from the Album Imagine Me - Personalized Music for Kids: Sloane

songsAnytime, Anyday, Anywhere (Featuring Carol Sloane) by Carol Sloane from the Album We'll Meet Again

songsP.F. Sloane (Feat. Jackson Browne) by Jimmy Webb from the Album Just Across The River

songsWe'll Meet Again (Featuring Carol Sloane) by Carol Sloane from the Album We'll Meet Again

songsSpring Will Be A Litle Late This Year (Featuring Carol Sloane) by Carol Sloane from the Album We'll Meet Again

songsWhere Are You? (Featuring Carol Sloane) by Carol Sloane from the Album We'll Meet Again


Books about Sloane:

booksSloane Monroe Series Set One: Books 1-3 by Cheryl Bradshaw (May 3, 2012)

booksSloane Monroe Series Set Two: Books 4-5 by Cheryl Bradshaw (Oct 28, 2013)

booksSloane (Asassins Book 4) by V. J. Chambers (Jan 23, 2014)

booksSloane's Medical Word Book, 5e by Ellen Drake CMT FAAMT (Oct 3, 2011)

booksJohn Sloane's Country Seasons 2015 Deluxe Wall Calendar: Twenty-ninth Annual Collection by John Sloane (Jun 10, 2014)

booksHush Now Baby (Sloane Monroe Book 6) by Cheryl Bradshaw (Jun 28, 2014)

booksFlight 12: A Sloane Monroe Thriller (Flight 12 Begins Series Book 4) by Cheryl Bradshaw, Aaron Patterson, Vincent Zandri and Michele Scott (Aug 7, 2014)


Movies about Sloane:

moviesSloane 2002 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Starring: Robert Resnick, Debra Blee, et al. Directed by: Daniel A. Rosenthal and Richard Belding

moviesWilliam Sloane Coffin: An American Prophet 2005 G - Runtime: 52 mins Starring: Arthur Miller, James Carroll, et al.

moviesEntertaining Mr. Sloane Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Beryl Reid, Harry Andrews, et al. Directed by: Douglas Hickox

moviesJoe Orton's Entertaining Mr. Sloane - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Beryl Reid, Harry Andrews, et al. Directed by: Douglas Hickox

moviesChristmas Gift Pack - Mr Sloane + Ye Old Cornish Christmas Sweets Gift Bag -

moviesHombres Marlon Brando; Teresa Wright; Everett Sloane; Jack Unrated -

moviesMr. Sloane 2014 - Starring: Nick Frost, Olivia Colman, et al. Directed by: Robert B. Weide


Wiki information Sloane:

Hans Sloane
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Sir Hans Sloane, 1st Baronet, PRS was a British physician and collector of Irish birth, notable for bequeathing his collection to the nation, thus providing the foundation of the British Museum. He gave his name to streets such as Hans Crescent and...

British Museum
Greek Revival Structure, Organization, Building Occupant, Project focus, Tourist attraction, Location, Exhibition producer, Art owner, Employer, Structure

The British Museum is a museum in London dedicated to human history and culture. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and...