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Numerology information Worcester:
Name Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Additional information Worcester:
English Meaning: The name Worcester is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Worcester is: From the alder forest army camp.
Shakespearean Meaning: The name Worcester is a Shakespearean baby name. In Shakespearean the meaning of the name Worcester is: King Henry IV, Part 1' Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester.
Definition funny of Worcester:
(n) second-largest city in Massachusetts. Not much to see from the highway, but the city actually has some beautiful old neighborhoods, affordable housing, good schools, and a comparatively low crime rate. It is also a no-frills industrial wasteland, very Lovecraftian in parts. Famed for its diners, punk scene and attitude. Nobody here wants to hear any crap from YOU, understand? good. Dollah-fifty.
For what I would have paid for closet space inside 128, I bought a primo three-decker in Worcester, and I'm letting the other tenants pay my mortgage.
The second largest city in Massachussetts. Historically a mill town and source of industry, Worcester is trying to re-invent itself and attract culture. It will be interesting if it manages to do so before Boston co-opts it as a 'bedroom community'. There are many great restaurants here, a good music scene, the Worcester Art Museum, the Higgins Armory Museum, nine colleges (UMass, WPI, Assumption, for example), several nice parks, some industry and biotech, etc. Like Boston, there are places you don't want to go after dark alone. (esp. Main South) Unlike Boston, you're not living on ramen and ketchup to make rent, and you have to work a little at finding something fun to do. You decide. I've never seen a garbage storm. Also historically known as Wormtown, known to friends as Woosta!
Realtor: You know, Boston is less than an hour away! Out of state person thinks: Really? Cool! Person who lives in/near Worcester thinks: Yeah, but the commute in the morning takes almost two hours, depending on when you start! Or you could take the commuter rail, and hope they've fixed the lateness problem... Hey, you ever been to the 111 Chop House, Opia 1541, or Zipangos in Woosta! ?
if you're from worcester and you know how to speak, then you will refer to this delightful city as WOOSTAH. in worcester, some daily-lingo includes, "whats the matta fa you?" translation: "what's your problem?" "whea'd you pahk the cah?" translation: "where is the car parked?" "when's the festival?" translation: "when is the italian festival at Mt. Carmel or Lady of Loretto Church?" "Oh, you want pastry? why didn't you just say so? Just guh down Shrewsbree Street and swing by Scano's bakery & pick up a few things" translation: "If you want some good dessert, go to Scano's Bakery on Shrewsbury Street" If you're looking for Italian food or some good bars, head down to Shrewsbury Street. If you're looking for a biker bar, head to Cicero's, but only if you belong there. Otherwise, you'll get your ass kicked. If you think you're a gangsta, then go to Holy Name of St. Peter Marian. You'll fit in just fine. Hardcore catholic school kids. Oh, boy. If you want to strut your stuff on the dancefloor with some crazyass mofos, then head on over to Sh'Booms on Sunday nights. Yes, it's really called that. Word to the wise, don't look at people wrong, and don't go into Great Brook Valley unless you have connections there.
"let's go jump that kid" "Why?" "He looked at me wrong" "That shit doesn't fly here in Worcester. Let's get him"
the second largest city in massachusetts, and the third largest city in new england. PRONOUNCIATION; most that are not from the north east pronounce it as wor-ches-ter how ever the CORRECT pronounciation would be "wuh-stah", "wi-stah" or "wister" (usually rhymes with sister or mister) it all depends one what part of the city your from. the south and west sides pronounce it wustah, and the east side pronounces it wisstah. alot of other out of towners who have trouble pronouncing the name, but no its not pronounced how its spelled call it "woo-stah", usually making fun of new englanders accents. City Conditions & Neighborhoods; the south side: Worcester is a medium sized city. starting from downtown, the downtown area is fairly small and is kept pretty nice looking until you go further south down main street and come into the neighborhood known as "Main South" which is probably the slummiest area of the city. It is cluttered with abandonned and burned down three deckers (3 floor family homes build in the 1800's for working class familys in certain ethnic areas) also abanned and burned down ware houses, factories etc...but most of the inner city looks like that main south just has the worst of it. also has the highest crime rate in the city, and notorious for its Kilby St. Posse, Vice Lord and Latin King gangs. the east side: most known for being a prodominantly italian section of the city, Belmont Street(bell hill/north east), Shrewsbury Street (the resteraunt row/direct east), and Grafton and Hamilton streets (Grafton Hill/ south east). although going south east closer towards Kelly Sq. and Vernon Hill which is directly south of Grafton Street is known for its Polish and Irish neighborhoods. all of these neighborhoods are notorious for their three deckers and pretty slummy neighborhoods (Except shrewbury street) until you drive out of the inner city into the middle class and upper class suburbs. the East Sides most known gangs are PVE (the plumly village east projects, Godbody, and Eastern Ave. North Side: the north east side consists of Lincoln Street and the Great Brook Valley projects (known for its MOB Outlaw gang)these projects had a much higher crime rate in the late 80's and early 90's when it had lots of riots and shootings, after the riots died down the neighborhood started to get pretty cleaned up but is still known for its drugs and gang violence. it's ironic because the Great Brook Valley projects are actually located on the upper north east side in the suburbs of lincoln street. the north west is probably the richest, cleanest, and nicest part of the city...where winter hill, and salsbury street are located, there are alot of old mansions and beautiful home slocated in this section of the city, also the oldest park in the country Elm Park, is located on this side of the city. ALot of historic places are found here. WEST SIDE: going more outter west towards Tatnuck Sq. which is a known irish area and also a very nice suburban family area of the city. but going out of tatnuck sq. closer into to the city you come to newtown sq. which is a known jewish area. once you pass newton sq. you are going south and come back to the main south and slummy ghetto areas of the city known for shootings, gangs, drugs, and prostitution. but if you state on the outskirts of city, or drive all the way down main street passed all of the slums and ghettos of main south you come out to webster sq. which is a pretty nice working/middle class area of the city. worcester was recently givin the "All American City" award. and is known for its underground music scene and wonderful resteraunts. most of the city is consisted of slums but the suburbs are alot nicer and cheaper then those in Boston. nicknames:Wor-town War-town Wormtown, the heart of the state, 7 hills. the 7 hills: Vernon Hill (vernon st. and providence st.) Grafton Hill (grafton st. and hamilton st.) Bell Hill (belmont street, plantation street) Green Hill (lincoln street, belmont street) Dead Horse Hill (stafford street, herd street) Packachoag Hill (most known as college hill, in college sq) Airport Hill (webster sq. and tatnuck sq.)
Expression information Worcester:
People with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.
Soul information Worcester:
People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.
Songs about Worcester:
I've Always Been Crazy (Live At Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA - June 15, 1984) by Waylon Jennings from the Album Setlist: The Very Best Of Waylon Jennings Live
Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way (Live At Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA - June 15, 1984) by Waylon Jennings from the Album Setlist: The Very Best Of Waylon Jennings Live
Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys (Live At Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA - June 15, 1984) by Waylon Jennings from the Album Setlist: The Very Best Of Waylon Jennings Live
Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys) (Live At Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA - June 15, 1984) by Waylon Jennings from the Album Setlist: The Very Best Of Waylon Jennings Live
Hellgate: Worcester by Sonic Syndicate from the Album Love And Other Disasters
(Gotta Get) Out of Worcester by roger salloom from the Album So Glad I Made It:The Saga of Roger Salloom, America's Best Unknown Songwriter--Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up) (Live At Worcester Centrum, Worcester, MA - June 15, 1984) by Waylon Jennings from the Album Setlist: The Very Best Of Waylon Jennings Live
Books about Worcester:
Dwell in Possibility - A Worcester Nights novella by Ophelia Sikes (Dec 12, 2013)
Worcester Nights - The Boxed Set by Ophelia Sikes (Feb 19, 2014)
Worcester: Portrait of an Oxford College by Jonathan Bate (Jul 15, 2014)
A Song of Soul and Hope - A Worcester Nights novella by Ophelia Sikes (Dec 12, 2013)
Stop One Heart from Breaking - A Worcester Nights novella by Ophelia Sikes (Dec 20, 2013)
The Worcester Whisperers by Kerry Tombs (Apr 15, 2009)
Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, at January Term, 1832, Delivered by Mr. Chief Justice Marshall... by John Marshall (Mar 24, 2011)
Movies about Worcester:
Naxos Scenic Musical Journeys England Worcester and the Malverns 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Adriano
A Musical Journey - England: Worcester and the Malverns 2010 NR - Runtime: 53 mins Starring: Robert Hollingworth and I Fagiolini Directed by: Naxos of America
A Musical Journey: Worcester and the Malverns 2014 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 6 mins Directed by: Naxos
Naxos Scenic Musical Journeys England Worcester and the Malverns 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Directed by: Adriano
PROVIDENCE & WORCESTER RAILROAD COMPANY - Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins
PROVIDENCE & WORCESTER RAILROAD COMPANY PARTs 1 & 2 - Runtime: 2 hrs
PROVIDENCE & WORCESTER RAILROAD COMPANY PARTs 3 & 4 - Runtime: 2 hrs
Wiki information Worcester:
Worcester, officially known as the City of Worcester, is a city and county town of Worcestershire in the West Midlands of England. Worcester is situated some 17 miles southwest of the southern suburbs of Birmingham and 23 miles north of Gloucester,...
Worcester is a city and the county seat of Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. Named after Worcester, England, as of the 2010 Census the city's population was 181,045, making it the second largest city in New England after Boston....