numerology

Numerology information Snitz:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest

urban

Definition funny of Snitz:

urbanOften used in informal lanuage to advise someone or to advise of something that has to be calmed, often referred to as something that has flared up. It is a very versatile word that can be used for just about anything in reference to an item or ire that has flared up, i.e. If someone is bugging you. If you are drinking socially with friends and you knock a drink over at the table.

urban"Hold your horses" -> "Calm your Horses" -> "Calm your Snitz Ploise!" "My snitz are flaring" (something is irritating you) "Snitz baby!" (Stop bugging me)(what ever you are doing is bugging me, flaring my snitz) 'Snitz' in the place of the word S**t/Faeces. "oh snitz!"

urbananything refering to sleep whether it is a nap the act of sleeping the feeling of being tired

urban"I am going to take a snitz before class" "I cant wait to snitz tonight" "Yo i feel so snitz after popping that flexerol"

urbana girl who got fucked three or more times in one night by the same guy

urbandude that girl wendy is a snitz!

songs

Songs about Snitz:

songsOtra Vez (Giorgio Giordano Snitz Mix) by G*One from the Album Club Ocean Vol.5

movies

Movies about Snitz:

moviesThe Keaton Collection-The Art of Buster Keaton / REGION FREE DVD / 11 DVDs Edition / Audio: English / Subtitle... - Directed by: BusterĀ Keaton, CharlesĀ Lamont, et al.

moviesCOLLEGE Buster Keaton, Snitz Edwards, Anne Cornwall, Harold Goodwin -

moviesThe Phantom of the Opera Horror/Drama 92 Minutes ~ Starring - Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry, Snitz... -

wiki

Wiki information Snitz:

Snitz Edwards
Actor, Person or entity appearing in film, Film actor, Deceased Person, Person

Snitz Edwards was a character actor of the early years of the silent film era into the 1930s.

Snitz
Film character, Fictional Character

Snitz is a fictional character from the 1929 film No Defense.