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Numerology information Pyon:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Pyon:
Juming Sound. Ending phrases with -pyon was popular in Japan in the 80's. Especially Uso-pyon! It means "Just Kidding!" Sometimes it is added to the end of someone's name. Usually not said loudly.
Thats really cool. pyon! C'mon lets go! pyon!
the sound a rabbit makes is refered to as 'pyon' in japan. It's also used to make sentences sound cute.
Rabbit: pyon pyon Person:(to imitate the rabbit) pyon! To sound cute: shinn: so chiyo what are you going to eat for lunch? chiyo: ahh...pyon pyon, i don't know..a salad?
Songs about Pyon:
Kaeru Ga Pyon Pyon by Hajime Nihonmatsu from the Album La La La Lasse-La
Kaeru Pyon No Pyon No Pyon Pyon Pyon by Sekai No Zaki from the Album The Goshi-Goshi Ojisan
Mete pyon (Live) by Disip from the Album Disip de Gazzman couleur (Live 2010)
Minimoni Jyanken Pyon by Angel's Music Box from the Album Big Hit Chart Vol.VII
Psyonic Pyons (Quik-Blastdm Mix) by Kens Pocket from the Album Soundwave Children 88 / 01 Ad
Pyon Pyon [Explicit] by Yuki Yuki Yasumi from the Album Devoured By Japanese Schoolgirls
Pyon Pyon Pyon by ecokaiju from the Album Bibibipibi
Books about Pyon:
Pyon by Peter Burden (Aug 6, 1992)
Pyo-n (Jump!) [Japanese Edition] by Tatsuhide Matsuoka (2000)
Sikkyong pyon (Korean Edition) by Pong-han 880-01 Hong (Jun 7, 2010)
Yeomans of Canon Pyon: Fifty Eight Years of Motor Bus Operation by John E. Dunabin (Jul 1978)
Kod?ng Kajok Kyobon: Yori Sils?p P'Yon by Sin-Y?ng Pang (Jan 1, 1955)
Pyon eso naon ai (Songin ul wihan tonghwa) (Korean Edition) by Ik-chon Paek (1993)
Pyon Kwan-sik (Korean artists) by Kwan-sik Pyon (1998)
Movies about Pyon:
Yuko Ogura in Singapore "Pyon Pyon" Japanese idol DVD 40min -
Wiki information Pyon:
Pyongyang is the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the largest city in the country. Pyongyang is located on the Taedong River and, according to preliminary results from the 2008 population census, has a population of 3,255,388....
P'yŏng'an was one of the Eight Provinces of Korea during the Joseon Dynasty. P'yŏngan was located in the northwest of Korea. The provincial capital was P'yŏngyang.