Meaning The meaning of the name Baxter is A Baker, baker,

Origin The origin of the name Baxter is English, British, English,

Bax Expression, Bax Soul Urge, Bax Inner Dream


Numerology information BAX:

numerology You are gifted with creativity, imagination, artistic talents, versatility, good nature, and the ability to inspire others! Your life path will entice you live your life with joy and imagination. You will learn the benefits of optimism and enthusiasm, as well as how to express them. You are a born communicator, and your wit and light-heartedness will help others see joy in any situation. Your trademark is the unique creative flair you bring to everything you do. You will be successful in any artistic endeavor, be it writing, speaking, designing, illustrating, dancing or acting, as well as any occupation where you can encourage and motivate.


Additional information BAX

additional This is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word, the language.

additionalBax as a boy's name is of Old English origin meaning "baker"..

additionalBaxter is a modern sounding name due to the “X” in it. This would be a good choice for parents looking for something fresh and new for their baby boy..

additionalThe name Bax is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Bax is: Baker..


Definition funny of BAX

urbanbasicly another word for box or punch

urbanPerson 1: hear what happened to that breh who pressed my mans gyal Person 2: yeh yeh i herd that ur boy had to bax mans head to the side of the curb

urbanto hit the chronic verb:to get baxed adjective: he is soo baxed.

urbanI need to bax man. I bax therefore I am a baxist. Baxxism is the art of baxing. We need to get max baxed but we have to get some baxables.

urbanNoun: Something/someone that is AWESOME! Verb: An action performed in an AWESOME manner! Adjective: The characteristic of being AWESOME!

urbanNoun: I want (a) BAX! Verb: I wanna BAX my exams! Adjective: That guy is so BAX!

urbanTo enjoy something, or someone.

urbanI don't bax this hostage situation.

urban1. It's like a Japanese guy at 3 a.m. It's that word that just flows. Bax. It stands for everything ever. It's as versitile as the word fuck, only it's not a swear. 2. Mostly it's the word box said with a Minnesotan accent. Sometimes confused with the word "fax."

urbanOh please Mr. Bax bring me some pleasure! "Can you come get this bax please?" "Fax?" "Not fax! BAX!"

urbanOne who could be desribed as a "pussy, lil' bitch, or a snitch."

urbanHe won't even ask her out, what a bax.

urbanBax meaning bad/shit/crap/wack Originated from Reggae Dancehall routine known as 'The Jonni Bax' pronounced 'Johnny Bax' after its creator Jonathan Baxfield one of Jamaica's leading dancers.

urbanThem second hand clothes you got on are BAX!!! blood


Expression information BAX

expressionPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to use their abilities in leadership, and to have personal independence. They would rather focus on large, important issues, and delegate the details.


Soul information BAX

soulPeople with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.


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Books about BAX

books BAX 2018: Best American Experimental Writing

books BAX 2015: Best American Experimental Writing

books Stuff Magazine #14 [ January 2001 ] Mila Kunis, Kylie Bax

books BAX 2016: Best American Experimental Writing

books More Bax Seat: New Logs of a Pasture Pilot

books Bax Seat: Log of a Pasture Pilot

books Charlie and Bax: and the Market of Uhnderr

books The Fraud of Feminism (1913). By: E. Belfort Bax: Ernest Belfort Bax (23 July 1854 – 26 November 1926) was an English barrister, journalist, ... rights advocate, socialist, and historian.

books The Other Mr. Bax

books The Wealth of Nations (with Introductions by Ernest Belfort Bax and Edwin R. A. Seligman)


books A persistent vision: Art of the reservation days : the L.D. and Ruth Bax Collection of the Denver Art Museum


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