Meaning : Protection, Glory,
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Numerology information Branko:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Additional information Branko:
Short form of the name Branislav.
Diminutive of BRANISLAV or BRANIMIR
Definition funny of Branko:
Person who believes in causing harm to an innocent individual to achieve his or her own goal.
'Branko' claims that an innocent colleague Eric has schizophrenia. This action 'Branko' believes will cause people to distrust Eric and earn 'Branko' a better chance at a promotion.
Songs about Branko:
Short Shorts (Branko Remix) by Ezekiel from the Album Life Begins At Night Remixes EP [Explicit]
Hey Love (Branko Remix) by Quadron from the Album Hey Love (Remixes)
Twitch (feat. Branko & Poté) by Castro from the Album Bipolar
Alles Gute XXL (Lieber Branko) by H.B. Day from the Album Alles Gute XXL - zum Geburtstag - Männernamen mit B
Branko by Schellinski from the Album Moatlaschmecker
Branko by Birushana from the Album Tawamure - 2nd Press -
Branko Starc - Ti ca jesi na nebesin by Cropatria '99 from the Album V. Dani duhovne glazbe hrvatske mladezi
Books about Branko:
Branko by Stuart F. Tower (Aug 3, 2013)
Branko's Ride by Berislav Branko Dujlovich with Michael G (Mar 20, 2006)
Branko Milanovic, "The Two Faces of Globalization" by Kimberly Wylie (Sep 10, 2006)
Evan Branko (Is Unlovable) by William Creedle (Jan 25, 2010)
By Branko Grunbaum - Convex Polytopes: 2nd (second) Edition by Branko Gr nbaum, Gunter M. Ziegler (Editor) Branko Grunbaum (May 12, 2004)
Branko: Webster's Timeline History, 1875 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jun 6, 2009)
Branko's Ride by Berislav Branko Dujlovich with Michael Goodreau (Mar 19, 2006)
Movies about Branko:
Uzicka Republika 67 Days / 1974 / Region Free DVD / Language: Serbian-Croatian or Yugoslavian / Subtitle: Chinese... -
No man's land DVD Nicija Zemlja Branko Djuric -
Wiki information Branko:
Branko "Đuro" Đurić is a Bosnian actor, comedian, director and musician. Born and raised in Sarajevo, Đurić rose to prominence throughout the former Yugoslavia with the hit comedy series Top lista nadrealista during the 1980s. Đuro became something...
Branko Ćopić was a Yugoslav writer.