Meaning : Pleasing,
Origin : Hebrew,
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Numerology information Tirza:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Tirza:
Meaning: Its source is a Hebrew expression meaning "Delight, pleasantness, desirable, cypress tree."
Narrative: In the Bible, Tirzah is the name of a city of Israeli kings (Josh. 12:24 and 1 Kings 16:23-24) and was also the name of the first woman to inherit property from her father. Tirzah was one of the five daughters of Zelophehad who asked for and received an inheritance. In the movie Ben Hur, based on General Lew Wallace's best selling novel,Tirzah was Juda's sister.
Songs about Tirza:
Tirza Scene by Michel Banabila from the Album Fields of Flowers
Selalu Hadir Untuk Ku (feat. Nindy Tirza) by Fabio from the Album Road To My Destiny (Pre-Launch)
Teach The Dream English Version(featuring Tirza) by The Producers Heart and Soul from the Album Teach The Dream English Version
The Third One (Tirza) by Eric Vloeimans Calefax from the Album On the Spot
Tirza by Vanillina from the Album Eclisse (Album)
Tirza (Ep Version) by Vanillina from the Album 30 Valentine's Day Tunes
Tirza (Ep Version) by Vanillina from the Album Sagome
Books about Tirza:
Tirza by Arnon Grunberg and Sam Garrett (Feb 19, 2013)
Tirza by Arnon Grunberg (2007)
Tirza Winebath and other inappropriate stories by Eleni and John Martino (Jan 29, 2014)
Tirza by Arnon Grünberg (May 1, 2009)
Movies about Tirza:
Tirza Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 45 mins Starring: Gijs Scholten van Aschat, et al. Directed by: Rudolf van den Berg
Wiki information Tirza:
Tirza is a 2010 Dutch drama film directed by Rudolf van den Berg and based on the Dutch bestseller of the same name by Arnon Grunberg. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards but it...
267 Tirza is a fairly sizeable, very dark Main belt asteroid. It was discovered by Auguste Charlois on May 27, 1887 in Nice. It was his first asteroid discovery. It was named after Tirzah, a woman in the Bible.