ddathlu, dathlu, nathludathlent, dathla’, dathlaf, dathlai, dathlais, dathlaist, dathlan, dathlant, dathlasai, dathlasant, dathlasech, dathlo, dathlasent, dathlasid, dathlasit, dathlasoch, dathlasom, dathlaswn, dathlech, dathled, dathlem, dathlen, dathloch, dathler, dathles, dathlest, dathlet, dathli, dathlid, dathliff, dathlir, dathlith, dathla, dathlasem, dathlodd, dathlom, dathlon, dathlont, dathlwch, dathlwn, dathlwyd, dathlwyf, dathlych, ddathlent, ddathla’, ddathlaf, ddathlai, ddathlais, ddathlaist, ddathlan, ddathlant, ddathlasai, ddathlasant, ddathlasech, ddathlo, ddathlasent, ddathlasid, ddathlasit, ddathlasoch, ddathlasom, ddathlaswn, ddathlech, ddathled, ddathlem, ddathlen, ddathloch, ddathler, ddathles, ddathlest, ddathlet, ddathli, ddathlid, ddathliff, ddathlir, ddathlith, ddathla, ddathlasem, ddathlodd, ddathlom, ddathlon, ddathlont, ddathlwch, ddathlwn, ddathlwyd, ddathlwyf, ddathlych
Verb(1) behave as expected during of holidays or rites(2) have a celebration(3) assign great social importance to
(1) They have helped to celebrate the birthdays, anniversaries, and weddings of countless people across York.(2) If I win I will celebrate in style, with copious amounts of champagne.(3) an occasion to celebrate her achievements(4) The study doesn't mention all the cakes people eat to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, engagements and to mark the departure of a colleague.(5) I do think it's time to celebrate what's on our doorstep.(6) Four major exhibitions celebrate different aspects of Turner's artistic achievement this season.(7) This is an opportunity to celebrate your neighbours and honour volunteers in your community.(8) Oak, rowan and birch trees can be bought in memory of a loved one or to celebrate an anniversary or birthday.(9) The Pope said Catholic priests were forbidden to celebrate Eucharistic liturgies with Protestant ministers.(10) ├ö├ç├┐It is to inspire an interest and love of international cinema and to celebrate the art of film,├ö├ç├û she said.(11) If you have a child for Baptism you are asked to give two weeks' notice so the Baptismal team and the priest scheduled to celebrate the ceremony may arrange to visit you.(12) A group of young friends are reaching the end of Year 10 and want to celebrate with gusto.(13) In the early Church, as in the Synagogue, the altar was a sacred table upon which were placed the books and instruments used to celebrate the Eucharistic sacrament, or Mass.(14) In my early years I was puzzled by the fact that a priest from a neighboring men's cloister came to celebrate the liturgy exclusively for women.(15) The theme will be to celebrate who and what make up the essence of Keighley.(16) To make the staff feel at home, she frequently organises fares to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries of staff families.
(1) celebrate birthday :: ddathlu pen-blwydd
1. commemorate ::
2. enjoy oneself ::
mwynhau eich hun
3. praise ::
4. lionise ::
5. observe ::
6. fete ::
1. break ::
2. transgress ::
3. violate ::
Different Formscelebrate, celebrated, celebrates, celebrating
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