from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A familiar nickname or substitute for Charles.
- n. A night watchman; -- an old name.
- n. A short, pointed beard, like that worn by Charles I.
- n. As a proper name, a fox; -- so called in fables and familiar literature.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
What a concept in a democracy, huh, Palin? charlie from the North
Never fear detective charlie is on the case with his grill on standby.
How's it feel to see those gulf coast red states turning black? charlie from the North
It's not like the balance has shifted at all. charlie from the North
Yeah ok "newly independant" … check you DB again charlie
Total Points: 6,916.07 he did a vid 2 were he called charlie was pretty funny
2 February 2010 at 11: 21 am ya charlie is great. after the convention when people were picking up photos he went in and mingled for a bit signing pics and posing. he was really great.
16 December 2008 at 12: 49 am oops i was supose to say that when edward calls and jacob says charlie is at a funeral lol they other way sounds to dumb lol
It’s not confiscated (sp?) charlie is it? on December 26, 2007 at 6: 39 am | Reply TotallyUn-Pc
The tory has a good budduy called charlie from Colombia.
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