What doe Amanda mean?
There are two meanings for the name Amanda. The Latin meaning is "She who must be loved". The Sanskrit meaning is "Active and bright".
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A doe is a female deer.
A doe is a female of several species including deer, antelope, goat, and rabbits.
It's a line from a song in the 1920's ("Crazy Words, Crazy Tune"). It doesn't really mean anything -- just a nonsense phrase that caught on, like "Doh!" recently.
A girl deer Or Duke of Edinburgh
As for Jane/John/Baby Doe, Doe is used as a placeholder name in a legal action, case or discussion for a female/male/baby party, whose true identity is unknown or must be with…held for legal reasons Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/What_is_'DOE'#ixzz1Gt5rEtUM .
It what manner did he call you a doe? If you heard the song from Sound of Music, a doe is a deer, a female deer, which to most mean feminine and beauty.
it's a girl's name
Princess means royal daughter.
First, a little history. "Vo dee oh doe" (spelled many different ways) is actually an expression that goes back to a hit song written in 1926; it was later recorded in 1963 by… Jim Kweskin and his Jug Band as "Crazy Words, Crazy Tune," with "vo-doe-dee-oh doe" as a recurring line in the song; it also made an appearance in the 1966 novelty song "Winchester Cathedral." In these songs, it mainly seemed to just be a fun thing to say. But that was not always the case. Historically, some nonsense words were actually euphemisms (a polite way to talk about something that society considered rude or vulgar). Radio in the old days would never play a song that was considered "dirty," so song-writers found clever ways to mention sex without actually saying it. One way was to substitute slang words, or to use nonsense syllables instead of actually talking about sex. Laverne & Shirley are a good example of using nonsense syllables to hide what was really meant. This TV show was supposed to be based on life in the 1950s and early 60s, a very conservative time in America when certain subjects could not be discussed in public and they also would have been banned from radio or TV. So, when Shirley wanted to mention something that was related to sex (even kissing or making out), she felt uncomfortable saying what was on her mind, as many young people did in those days. So to hide her embarrassment, she used the expression "vo dee oh doe."
XD is a way of laughing. If your in a hurry just say XD if u see something funny.
Derived from the Anglo-Saxon "smitan," to smite or strike, SMITH and its derivations are an occupational name for a man who works with metal (smith or blacksmith), one of the …earliest jobs for which specialist skills were required.
its a type of pen
The meaning of the name Aiden is fiery
What does "if I had but" mean? For instance, "if I had but twolittle wings". I'm very confused by this