A Pocket Dictionary - Welsh-English

A Pocket Dictionary - Welsh-English
Geiriadur Llogell - Cymraeg a Saesoneg

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A Pocket Dictionary - Welsh-English by William Richards

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Geiriadur Llogell - Cymraeg a Saesoneg

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id, n. f. a rebound

Adnawdd, n. m. a resource

Adnawf, n. m. a swimming back

Adne, n. m. custody, safe keeping

Adnerth, n. m. a second power

Adnerthedig, a. reinforced

Adnerthu, v. to reinforce

Adneu, n. m. a deposit, a pledge

Adneuad, n. m. a pledging

Adnewid, v. to rechange

Adnewyddiad, n. m. renovation

Abnewyddu, v. to renovate, to renew

Adnewyddwr, n. m. a renovator

Adnod, n. f. a sentence, a verse

Adnodi, v. to divide into verses

Adnofiad, n. a swimming back

Adnofio, v. to swim back

Adnydd, n. m. a gate post

Adoew, a. m. a spur

Adofidio, v. to grieve again

Adofidiol, a. reafflicting

Adofwyad, n. m. a revisiting

Adofwywr, n. m. a revisitor

Adofyn, v. to ask again, to reclaim

Adohebu, v. to recommunicate, to respond

Adolrhain, v. to follow after, to retrace

Adolwch, n. m. intreaty, prayer

Adolwg, n. retrospect

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