English to Welsh Meaning :: barbaric

anwar, anwaraidd, anwareiddiedig, hanwar, hanwaraidd, hanwareiddiedig
Barbaric :
barbaraidd
- barbaraidd
 

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Adjective(1) without civilizing influences(2) unrestrained and crudely rich

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(1) Those who don't like boys-only schools would say they are barbaric and uncivilised.(2) He rejects empiricism, reason and logic for a primitive bloodlust that can only be described as barbaric .(3) They would act as messengers and help organize or establish the central government to calm the barbaric behavior of these primitive races.(4) The three on the left are angular distortions of Classical figures, while the violently dislocated features and bodies of the other two have all the barbaric qualities of primitive art.(5) His arrangements fascinate - wild, barbaric , absolutely unscholarly - and yet he has absorbed and extended the musical essence of the originals.(6) All my children have been engaged in this right now, though they are biased about it being primitive, barbaric and a bit too demanding.(7) By no measure was she cruel and barbaric , but the Lyin had threatened her kingdom for near on centuries, and their display of aggression had finally pushed the Vaxen into battle.(8) Many believed that slavery was a barbaric and primitive institution and that those who condoned it were, therefore, primitive and barbaric .(9) One is an ethical commonplace, that slavery is intrinsically barbaric , regardless of the particular identification of the slaveholders and the enslaved.(10) The roof is like military wreckage left by an alien civilization; the material is coarse and barbaric .(11) Britain in 1954 was not barbaric towards its prisoners and miscarriages of justice were hardly common.(12) Amara found this imprisonment rather crude and barbaric .(13) I smirked, ÔÇÿWell I suppose even someone as rude and barbaric as me has manners.ÔÇÖ(14) It was a gradual understanding of the sheer wrongness of my actions by my participation in such a cruel, barbaric industry.(15) The death of any living creature to satisfy an urge based in a primitive and barbaric past is morally wrong.(16) The Emperor is thus uncouth and barbaric in his wealth.
Synonyms
Adjective
1. brutal ::
creulon
2. barbarous ::
barbaraidd
3. brutish ::
ynfyd
4. bestial ::
bestial
5. savage ::
ffyrnig
6. vicious ::
dieflig
7. wicked ::
annuwiol
8. cruel ::
creulon
9. ruthless ::
ddidostur
10. merciless ::
merciless
11. villainous ::
villainous
12. murderous ::
mileinig
13. heinous ::
erchyll
14. monstrous ::
gwrthun
15. vile ::
ffiaidd
16. inhuman ::
annynol
17. infernal ::
uffernol
18. dark ::
tywyll
19. fiendish ::
dieflig
20. diabolical ::
gythreulig
Antonyms
1. benign ::
anfalaen
2. benignant ::
benignant
3. humane ::
trugarog
4. kind ::
fath
5. sympathetic ::
cydymdeimlo
Different Forms
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