English to Welsh Meaning :: catholic

gatholig, catholig, catholic, chatholic, chatholig, gatholic, nghatholic, nghatholig
Catholic :
- gatholigCatholigion

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Noun(1) a member of a Catholic church
Adjective(1) of or relating to or supporting Catholicism(2) free from provincial prejudices or attachments

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(1) However, for those with catholic tastes Le Weekend is a welcome oasis known for showcasing the best experimental music acts.(2) He was a devout catholic and was always writing prayers to his patron saint, Saint Rita of lost causes.(3) It is not aimed at women, but it reflects our catholic tastes.(4) Some catholic priests will allow mixed marriages and some won't.(5) Being a catholic the hostess went and bought some fish, then with salad and wine in hand we went to their place for a yummy fish feast.(6) The review was being conducted in seven regional zones, plus another concentrating on catholic schools.(7) Thus the cabinetmakers must have retained some autonomy, or perhaps Kent was more catholic in his tastes than we imagine.(8) Although specialist invertebrate feeders when small, larger rudd have a more catholic diet.(9) His tastes are catholic and sophisticated, and even as a struggling young artist, he would insist on live accompaniment.(10) It was used to teach catholic children the truths of their religion when that religion was suppressed in England.(11) Conversation was animated and catholic , touching on a wide range of subjects.(12) School pupils were put to the taste test when TV chef Peter Vaughan visited St Augustine's catholic college.(13) With or without the pope, the catholic universities go on training young theologians.(14) In high school, there was a series of talks on various social issues given to us by devoutly catholic speakers.(15) The funeral was a Catholic Requiem Mass, but the variety of groups of Philip's friends made the event anything but catholic .(16) In late 1984 I was living in sin in the Latrobe Valley with a girl of catholic upbringing.
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