Numerology information DICKENS:
You are extremely sensitive and insightful, and you have the makings of a born diplomat! Your path will lead you to seek balance and harmony in everything you do, and one of the major lessons of this life path number is to learn to balance your sensitivity. Rather than becoming hurt or resentful because of your unusual sensitivity, you must learn to use this gift to build cooperation, teach compromise and patience, and become a peacemaker. You were born to relate to others and your mission in life is to bring people together. You will be successful in any venture that allows you to mediate, negotiate, take care of details or gather facts. Your awareness, diplomatic skills and organizational talents gives you the unique ability to accomplish much.
Additional information DICKENS
The name Dickens is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Dickens is: Surname..
Definition funny of DICKENS
Similar but differing slightly to the term 'twat', a Dickens is a pompous and awkward bastard who will go out of his way to needlessly berate his fellow man. Owing to the Dickens' overinflated sense of self importance the term is almost exclusively applied to ex public school boys. Often a Dickens will have been subjected to repeated bummings as a choir boy resulting in frequent pegging throughout his adult life.
Person A: That bloke just called me a pleb! Person B: Don't worry about it, the guy is a total Dickens.
Euphemistic expression for the devil. Used in mild oaths. Also spelt dickins/Dickens.
What the dickens! Hurts like the dickens!
The term originated from Shakespeare's play "The Merry Wives of Windsor," in the 16th century. It is a term used in polite society to mean the Devil! (It has nothing to do with Charles Dickens.) The word appeared in a sentence (although sounding odd in modern day language) "I cannot tell what the dickens his name is my husband had him of." My mom used to say, with humor, that someone was "full of the dickens!" Now after researching it, I understand what she meant!
He's full of the dickens!
(noun) Any kind of a law enforcement officer who can levy a buzzkill. A cop, etc.
There's a dickens on your left. Turn right, mofo. Lookout...Dickens! Dicken's on your left, hit it.
abbreviation of "time-in-the-past-when-I-was-kicked-directly-in-the-dick-and-balls"; first shortened to "dick-and-balls" and then to "dick-ands," and finally to "dickens"
"That hurt like the dickens!"
anything bad. anything god. anything period.
You are the dickens! I am the dickens. That hurt like the dickens. This pizza is the dickens.
sexual intercourse; aka "givin some dick"
girl: "Damn I had a rough day. I need a good dickens"
Expression information DICKENS
People with this name tend to be idealistic, highly immaginative, intuitive, and spiritual. They seek after spiritual truth and often find it. They tend to be visionary and may inspire others. If they fail to develop their potential, they may become dreamers, or misuse power.
Soul information DICKENS
People with this name have a deep inner desire for travel and adventure, and want to set their own pace in life without being governed by tradition.
Songs about DICKENS
Books about DICKENS
Movies about DICKENS
Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol - 2013 CC
Charles Dickens' The Christmas Carol - 2009 CC
Charles Dickens' London Works - 2008 CC
Charles Dickens: Nicholas Nickelby - 2013 CC
Charles Dickens: The Man That Asked for More - 2006 CC
Charles Dickens' London Life - 2008 CC
Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol - 1992 G CC