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Definition funny of Ponton:
Ponton, originated from the English language words for 'Pontoon' and 'Town'. Once the oarsmen of small river craft on tributaries and minor rivers. Associated with the peasantry of Norfolk. The name ponton became a surname due to confusion during the English census of 1750. Owing to poor literacy among ponton oarsmen, the 'employment' and 'surname' categories were often confused. Thus ponton oarsmen became Mr ponton. Known as one of the most unusual surnames on the English language, as it has been created by accident.
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Songs about Ponton:
Ason ponton by Stathis Nikolaidis from the Album Psila krat to onomas
Ason Ponton eimai egw by Mpampis Sidiropoulos from the Album Zwntani ihografisi
Ason ponton sh rosia by Mihalis Zerfeiridis from the Album O Pontos zei
Au bout du ponton by Olivier Brachet from the Album Ex îlé
Au pied des pontons by Chozpareï from the Album L'autre bout du soir
Big Pontons by Oai Star from the Album Volume 2
Buddy Bolden's Blues (feat. Miguel Pontón) by Pepe Sabán & Friends from the Album Evolution
Books about Ponton:
Mercedes-Benz Ponton 1953-1962 by Walter Zeichner (1988)
The Mercedes 219/220 Ponton (The Mercedes History, the 1950s Book 7) by Bernd S. Koehling (Jan 17, 2014)
The Mercedes 180,190 Ponton (The Mercedes History, the 1950s Book 6) by Bernd S. Koehling (Jan 14, 2014)
Mes pontons (French Edition) by Ambroise Louis Garneray (Mar 25, 2014)
Ponton: Webster's Timeline History, 1590 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 18, 2010)
Mercedes-Benz Ponton by Alexander Franc Storz (Sep 1, 2011)
Souvenirs des pontons de Cadix (French Edition) by Auguste Jal (Apr 23, 2014)
Wiki information Ponton:
Ponton or pontoon styling refers to a 1930s–1960s design genre—ultimately the precursor of modern automotive styling. The trend emerged as distinct running boards and fully articulated fenders became less common and bodywork began to enclose the full...
The Mercedes-Benz W120 and W121 "Ponton" cars were produced from 1953 through 1962. They were sold under the "'180" and "190" model names. The four-cylinder 180 and 190 were the mainstay of Mercedes' lineup during this period. Together with the more...