awydd, dymuniad, ddymuniad, hawydd, awyddau, bâr, bariaeth, chwant, chwantau, dymuniadau, fâr, fariaeth, hawyddau, mâr, mariaeth, nymuniad, nymuniadau, ddymuniadaudymuno, ddymuno, dymunaf, dymunasech, dymunai, dymunais, dymunaist, dymunan, dymunant, dymunasai, dymunasant, dymunen, dymunasem, dymunasent, dymunasid, dymunasit, dymunasoch, dymunasom, dymunaswn, dymunech, dymuned, dymunem, dymunent, dymunodd, dymuner, dymunes, dymunest, dymunet, dymuni, dymunid, dymuniff, dymunir, dymuna, dymunoch, dymuna’, dymunom, dymunon, dymunont, dymunwch, dymunwn, dymunwyd, dymunwyf, dymunych, dymunith, ddymunasent, ddymunaf, ddymunai, ddymunais, ddymunaist, ddymunan, ddymunant, ddymunasai, ddymunasant, ddymunasech, ddymunasem, ddymuna’, ddymunasid, ddymunasit, ddymunasoch, ddymunasom, ddymunaswn, ddymunech, ddymuned, ddymunen, ddymunem, ddymunodd, ddymuner, ddymunes, ddymunest, ddymunet, ddymuni, ddymunid, ddymuniff, ddymunir, ddymuna, ddymunoch, ddymunent, ddymunom, ddymunon, ddymunont, ddymunwch, ddymunwn, ddymunwyd, ddymunwyf, ddymunych, ddymunithdymuno, nymuno
Noun(1) the feeling that accompanies an unsatisfied state(2) an inclination to want things(3) something that is desired
Verb(1) feel or have a desire for; want strongly(2) expect and wish(3) express a desire for
(1) Longing, sexual desire , emotional emptiness and instability run rampant.(2) You desire power for power's sake; he merely wishes to see his friends and family live in peace.(3) I have no desire to return to school(4) It's against the notion that things calm down when we get older, when philosophy is supposed to kick in - that the body, the heart and sexual desire develop and age in the same way.(5) But it also heard of a public desire for resident doctors to be based at the hospital around the clock.(6) He also wished to awaken the desire to dance within the audience.(7) Like many academics in recent years, he was consumed by the desire to become a public intellectual.(8) They don't seem to be listening with regard to the desire of the public to maintain guaranteed benefits.(9) As a rule of thumb, buyers tend to desire the cars that were the status symbols of their youth, and desired models vary from country to country.(10) A strong sexual desire , it was contended, should be recognised as a sign of health and energy, both for the individual and for society.(11) Worldly ambition and sexual desire deflected him from the true path.(12) Such women are mostly presented as sexless in that once their family is complete, they appear to lose all sexual desire and physical charm.(13) A typical feeling in such a state is the inability to experience sexual desire , captured in this song as well.(14) It seems to me extremely likely that he would have some desire, some sexual desire .(15) When panderers to sexual desire frequent a location, other appetite providers will follow.(16) I desire her company, and do not wish to have her driven away.
(1) burning desire :: llosgi awydd
1. wish ::
2. lust ::
3. want ::
4. be attracted to ::
cael eu denu at
5. trust ::
Different Formsdesire, desired, desires, desiring
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