Fulk

Meaning : Folk, People, Folk, people,

Origin : English (Archaic), English,

Pronunciation : FULK  ,

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Fulk Expression, Fulk Soul Urge, Fulk Inner Dream

Numerology information Fulk:

  • Name Number: 5. Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear

Additional information Fulk:

  • From the Germanic name Fulco, a short form of various names beginning with the element fulc "people". The Normans brought this name to England, though it is now very rare.

Definition funny of Fulk:

  • 1. He really fulkses every Friday, this week it was red wine. 2. How many chips did he fulks this time?
  • wow, the fulk really is a great superhero.
  • Hey what the fulk is wrong with you?!
  • "Did you see that kid with the huge ears? He's a real fulk."

Songs about Fulk:

  • Incredible Fulk [Explicit] by Blowfly from the Album Rappin', Dancin', and Laughin' [Explicit]
  • Fulk Folk by Youth Gone Mad from the Album West East
  • Fulk Folk by Youth Gone Mad from the Album West East
  • Fulk Time by Mar-L from the Album In The Name Of House, Vol. 16 (Deep House Collection)
  • Fulk Time (Original Mix) by Mar-L from the Album Deep Club Connection, Vol. 9
  • The Incredible Fulk (Live Version) [Explicit] by Blowfly from the Album Live At the Platypussery [Explicit]
  • Mystical Vibration (Jomo Fulks) by Jomo from the Album Boptown(Compilation)1&2
  • Nor Cal (feat. Fulk) [Explicit] by LINGWIZTIX from the Album It's Lingwiztix
  • St. Clair County (feat. Robbie Fulks) by Jodee Lewis from the Album Whiskey Halo
  • Virginia Key (Jomo Fulks) by Bones Jones/Nubop&Various Artist from the Album Boptown(Compilation)1&2

Books about Fulk:

  • Eight Old English Poems (Third Edition) - Nov 1, 2000 by Robert D. Fulk and John C. Pope
  • Physical Rehabilitation (O'Sullivan, Physical Rehabilitation) - Jul 23, 2013 by Susan B. O'Sullivan PT EdD and Thomas J. Schmitz PT PhD
  • Advanced Calculus: An Introduction to Analysis - Oct 10, 1978 by Watson Fulks
  • Klaeber's Beowulf, Fourth Edition - Apr 5, 2008 by R.D. Fulk and Robert E. Bjork
  • Raising Rufus - Jun 9, 2015 by David Fulk
  • Interpretations of Beowulf: A Critical Anthology (A Midland Book) - Mar 22, 1991 by Robert D. Fulk
  • A History of Old English Literature - Nov 19, 2004 by Robert D. Fulk and Christopher M. Cain
  • An Introduction to Middle English: Grammar and Texts - Apr 17, 2012 by R.D. Fulk
  • The Beowulf Manuscript: Complete Texts and The Flight at Finnsburg (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library) - Dec 22, 2010 by R. D. Fulk
  • Fulk Nerra, the Neo-Roman Consul 987-1040: A Political Biography of the Angevin Count - Oct 1, 1993 by Bernard S. Bachrach
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Wiki information Fulk:

  • Fulk, King of Jerusalem
    Monarch, Military Commander, Person, Noble person, Deceased Person

    Fulk, also known as Fulk the Younger, was the Count of Anjou from 1109 to 1129 and the King of Jerusalem from 1131 to his death. During his reign, the kingdom of Jerusalem reached its largest territorial extent.

  • Fulk III, Count of Anjou
    Person, Deceased Person, Noble person

    Foulque III of Anjou, called Foulque Nerra, was an early medieval Count of Anjou, and was one of the first great builders of castles. He lived from 970 to 1040, constructed an estimated 100 castles and abbeys across the Loire Valley in today’s...

  • Fulk
    Deceased Person, Person, Religious Leader

    Fulk the Venerable was the Archbishop of Reims from 882 until his death. He was the chief opponent of the non-Carolingian king of France, Odo, in the last quarter of the 9th century. He was the brother of Anscar I, Margrave of Ivrea Upon the...

  • Fulk IV, Count of Anjou
    Deceased Person, Noble person, Person

    Fulk IV, called le Réchin, was the Count of Anjou from 1068 until his death. The nickname by which he is usually referred has no certain translation. Philologists have made numerous very different suggestions, including "quarreler", "rude", "sullen",...

  • Fulk FitzWarin
    Person, Deceased Person, Person Or Being In Fiction

    Fulk III FitzWarin was a powerful marcher lord seated at Whittington Castle in Shropshire in England on the border with Wales, and also at Alveston in Gloucestershire. He rebelled against King John from 1200 to 1203, mainly over a dispute concerning...

  • Fulk I, Count of Anjou
    Deceased Person, Person, Noble person

    Fulk I of Anjou, called 'the Red', held the county of Anjou first as Viscount then Count until his death.

  • Jack Fulk
    Businessperson, Deceased Person, Organization founder, Person

    Jack Z. Fulk was an American businessman who co-founded the Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits fast food restaurant chain in 1977 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

  • Fulk II, Count of Anjou
    Noble person, Person, Deceased Person

    Fulk II of Anjou, called le Bon was count of Anjou from 941 to his death.

  • Saint Fulk
    Man, Person, Deceased Person

    The first Saint Fulk was an English pilgrim who was beatified for his selfless assistance of plague victims even when this was a risk to himself. He was travelling to Rome sometime in the 12th century, when he stopped at Santopadre, or Castrofuli, in...

  • Patriarch Fulk of Jerusalem
    Deceased Person, Person

    Fulk or Fulcher of Angoulême was the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem from 1146 to his death in 1157. Fulk came from Angoulême. According to William of Tyre, he was "religious and God-fearing, possessed of little learning, but a faithful man and a lover...

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