numerology

Numerology information Kavus:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace

urban

Definition funny of Kavus:

urbana man with a big cock

urbanomg you a kavu or i wish u had a Kavu

songs

Songs about Kavus:

songsAllah Kavu?tursun by Ümit Besen from the Album Ümit Besen 2014

songsAyr?l?klar Kavu?turur by Sevda Giray from the Album Sevda

songsAyr?lan Kavu?maz M? by O?uz Do?anay from the Album Ankaray? Sallar?m

songsBen Sana Kavu?amad?m by Yüksel Özkasap from the Album Tövbe Seversem E?er

songsBen Yarime Gal Alt?nda Kavu?tum by Erol Köker from the Album Türkülerle Türkiye, Vol. 78 (Karabük)

songsBir Gün Kavu?aca??z by Feluka from the Album Okyanuslara Yolculuk

songsBir Gün Yare Kavu?ursun Dediler by Fatih Burdurlu from the Album Ölüm Olur Sonum

books

Books about Kavus:

bookskavu theendalle by Sugathakumari (Jan 1, 2012)

booksKavu~areria Rusticana - 11 Hen other (Iwanami Bunko) (2002) ISBN: 4003270711 [Japanese Import] by G. Vu~eruga (1000)

books(Island of heaven) Akira Nishimura Clarinet Concerto Kavu~ira (2006) ISBN: 4118997630 [Japanese Import] by Akira Nishimura (0010)

booksButcher secret organization Kavu~ato One of <1> to the underworld (Kadokawa Bunko) (2002) ISBN: 4042549241 [Japanese... by Robert Ludlum (0010)

booksProphecy of doom - secret organization Kavu~ato One <2> (Kadokawa Bunko) (2002) ISBN: 404254925X [Japanese Import... by Robert Ludlum (0010)

booksKavu gaisma: Sibirijas noveles dzeja (No rakstnieka arhiva) by Harijs Skuja (1990)

booksKavu gadi: Vesturiskais romans by Karlis Zarins (1997)

wiki

Wiki information Kavus:

Gonbad-e Kavus
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Gonbad-e Kāvus is the city known historically as Gorgan/Hyrcania. The modern name, meaning "the tower of Kavus", is a reference to the most imposing ancient monument in the city. The historic name cannot now be restored, as it was oddly and...

Kay Kāvus

Kay Kāvus; sometimes Kai-Káús or Kai-Kaus, is a mythological shah of Iran and a character in the Shāhnāmeh. He is the son of Kay Qobād and the father of prince Seyāvash. Kāvus rules Iran for one hundred and fifty years during which he is frequently...