dwb, ddwb, nwbdwbio, nwbiodwbiem, dwbia, dwbia’, dwbiaf, dwbiai, dwbiais, dwbiaist, dwbian, dwbiant, dwbiasai, dwbiasant, dwbiodd, dwbiasem, dwbiasent, dwbiasid, dwbiasit, dwbiasoch, dwbiasom, dwbiaswn, dwbid, dwbiech, dwbied, dwbiom, dwbien, dwbient, dwbier, dwbies, dwbiest, dwbiet, dwbiff, dwbio, dwbioch, dwbi, dwbiasech, dwbion, dwbiont, dwbir, dwbith, dwbiwch, dwbiwn, dwbiwyd, dwbiwyf, dwbiych, ddwbiem, ddwbia, ddwbia’, ddwbiaf, ddwbiai, ddwbiais, ddwbiaist, ddwbian, ddwbiant, ddwbiasai, ddwbiasant, ddwbiodd, ddwbiasem, ddwbiasent, ddwbiasid, ddwbiasit, ddwbiasoch, ddwbiasom, ddwbiaswn, ddwbid, ddwbiech, ddwbied, ddwbiom, ddwbien, ddwbient, ddwbier, ddwbies, ddwbiest, ddwbiet, ddwbiff, ddwbio, ddwbioch, ddwbi, ddwbiasech, ddwbion, ddwbiont, ddwbir, ddwbith, ddwbiwch, ddwbiwn, ddwbiwyd, ddwbiwyf, ddwbiych
Noun(1) material used to daub walls(2) a blemish made by dirt(3) an unskillful painting
Verb(1) coat with plaster(2) apply to a surface(3) cover (a surface, a substance
(1) The floor zone of the secondstage house was remarkably well defined because the walls and roof of the house had burned and collapsed into the basin, in places sealing the floor with carbonized timbers and daub .(2) Criminals are costing British businesses more than Ôö¼├║1.3bn a year as traders live in fear of louts who steal from their shops, daub graffiti on their walls or subject them to intimidation.(3) The Osbert Village Inn and Tavern was a waddle and daub building, like most of Osbert.(4) But there has been no word yet on whether the hammer beamed thatched roof, mud floors and wattle & daub walls are up to spec├ö├ç┬¬(5) People daub paint or smear mud over their bodies and go wild in the streets.(6) Wattle and daub construction, the use of cisterns to collect water, the ├ö├ç├┐Big Yard├ö├ç├û or common area, and verandas and porches can be traced to Africa.(7) wattle and daub(8) So they slaughter a goat, daub Joseph's coat of many colours with blood and return to their father, feigning great sorrow at the unfortunate death of their poor brother Joseph.(9) Two articulated adult skeletons (sex and exact age to be determined) were found lying above the floor and beneath a thick layer of charcoal and burnt wattle-impressed daub .(10) a daub of paint(11) Who knows if that was the reason persons unknown decided to daub the famous photo with paint.(12) For Fried, however, all these works - down to the merest daub - are laden with significance.(13) After this process has been repeated eight to 30 times, workers daub a special mud on it, lay it out in the sun for some time, then wash it and sun-dry it again.(14) Slather the daub over the surface of the wattle, attempting to seal any cracks to make the structure ├ö├ç├┐weatherproof.├ö├ç├û(15) Cob, rammed earth, straw, wattle & daub share the stage with papercrete, Earthships, earthbags and entire adobe homes fired to become ceramic, to name just a few.(16) He uses a brush, a palette knife or his fingers to daub the oil pigments on to the canvas as thickly as mashed potato.
1. smear ::
ceg y groth
2. smear ::
ceg y groth
3. plaster ::
1. clean ::
2. cleanse ::
Different Formsdaub, daubed, dauber, daubers, daubing, daubs
English to Welsh Dictionary: daub
Meaning and definitions of daub, translation in Welsh language for daub with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of daub in Welsh and in English language.
Tags for the entry "daub"
What daub means in Welsh, daub meaning in Welsh, daub definition, examples and pronunciation of daub in Welsh language.