marw, farw, darfod, ddarfod, narfod, nhrengi, nhrigo, trengi, trigodis, dei, deiau, disiau, ddei, ddeiau, ddis, ddisiau, nei, neiau, nis, nisiaudarfuom, darfuasai, darfuasech, darfuasem, darfuasent, darfuasid, darfuasit, darfuaswn, darfuesid, darfûm, darfyddant, darfuant, darfuost, darfuwyd, darfydda, darfydda’, darfyddaf, darfyddai, darfyddais, darfyddaist, darfyddan, darfuoch, darfyddo, darfydded, darfyddem, darfydden, darfyddent, darfydder, darfyddet, darfyddi, darfyddid, darfyddir, drig, drengent, darfyddoch, darfyddodd, darfyddom, darfyddon, darfyddont, darfyddwch, darfyddwn, darfyddwyf, darfyddych, darfyddit, drengasem, drenga’, drengaf, drengai, drengais, drengaist, drengan, drengant, drengasai, drengasant, drengen, drenga, drengasent, drengasid, drengasit, drengasoch, drengasom, drengaswn, drengech, drenged, drengem, drengasech, drengoch, drenger, drenges, drengest, drenget, drengi, drengid, drengiff, drengir, drengith, derfydd, darfyddech, drengodd, drengom, drengon, drengont, drengwch, drengwn, drengwyd, drengwyf, drengych, drengo, drigasem, driga’, drigaf, drigai, drigais, drigaist, drigan, drigant, drigasai, drigasant, drigen, driga, drigasent, drigasid, drigasit, drigasoch, drigasom, drigaswn, drigech, driged, drigem, drigasech, drigo, drigent, driger, driges, drigest, driget, drigi, drigid, drigiff, drigir, darfu, ddarfyddant, drigoch, drigodd, drigom, drigon, drigont, drigwch, drigwn, drigwyd, drigwyf, drigith, ddarfuoch, ddarfuant, ddarfuasai, ddarfuasech, ddarfuasem, ddarfuasent, ddarfuasid, ddarfuasit, ddarfuaswn, ddarfuesid, ddarfyddan, ddarfu, ddarfuom, ddarfuost, ddarfuwyd, ddarfydda, ddarfydda’, ddarfyddaf, ddarfyddai, ddarfyddais, ddarfyddaist, ddarfûm, ddarfyddit, ddarfyddech, ddarfydded, ddarfyddem, ddarfydden, ddarfyddent, ddarfydder, ddarfyddet, ddarfyddi, ddarfyddid, drigych, threngent, ddarfyddo, ddarfyddoch, ddarfyddodd, ddarfyddom, ddarfyddon, ddarfyddont, ddarfyddwch, ddarfyddwn, ddarfyddwyf, ddarfyddir, trengem, dderfydd, trenga, trenga’, trengaf, trengai, trengais, trengaist, trengan, trengant, trengasai, trengith, trengasech, trengasem, trengasent, trengasid, trengasit, trengasoch, trengasom, trengaswn, trengech, trenged, trigych, trengen, trengent, trenger, trenges, trengest, trenget, trengi, trengid, trengiff, trengir, trengasant, trengo, trengoch, trengodd, trengom, trengon, trengont, trengwch, trengwn, trengwyd, trengwyf, trigem, trig, triga, triga’, trigaf, trigai, trigais, trigaist, trigan, trigant, trigasai, trigith, trigasech, trigasem, trigasent, trigasid, trigasit, trigasoch, trigasom, trigaswn, trigech, triged, trengych, trigen, trigent, triger, triges, trigest, triget, trigi, trigid, trigiff, trigir, thrigasech, trigo, trigoch, trigodd, trigom, trigon, trigont, trigwch, trigwn, trigwyd, trigwyf, threngasem, threnga’, threngaf, threngai, threngais, threngaist, threngan, threngant, threngasai, threngasant, threngen, threnga, threngasent, threngasid, threngasit, threngasoch, threngasom, threngaswn, threngech, threnged, threngem, threngasech, threngoch, threnger, threnges, threngest, threnget, threngi, threngid, threngiff, threngir, threngith, ddarfyddych, thrigent, threngodd, threngom, threngon, threngont, threngwch, threngwn, threngwyd, threngwyf, threngych, threngo, thrigen, thriga, thriga’, thrigaf, thrigai, thrigais, thrigaist, thrigan, thrigant, thrigasai, thrigasant, thrigo, thrigasem, thrigasent, thrigasid, thrigasit, thrigasoch, thrigasom, thrigaswn, thrigech, thriged, thrigem, thrigoch, thriger, thriges, thrigest, thriget, thrigi, thrigid, thrigiff, thrigir, thrigith, thrig, trigasant, thrigodd, thrigom, thrigon, thrigont, thrigwch, thrigwn, thrigwyd, thrigwyf, thrigych
- yn marwBu farwyn marwindie
Noun(1) a small cube with 1 to 6 spots on the six faces; used in gambling to generate random numbers(2) a device used for shaping metal(3) a cutting tool that is fitted into a diestock and used for cutting male (external
Verb(1) pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life(2) suffer or face the pain of death(3) be brought to or as if to the point of death by an intense emotion such as embarrassment, amusement, or shame(4) stop operating or functioning(5) feel indifferent towards(6) languish as with love or desire(7) cut or shape with a die(8) to be on base at the end of an inning, of a player(9) lose sparkle or bouquet(10) disappear or come to an end(11) suffer spiritual death; be damned (in the religious sense
(1) This press consisted of a hand operated vertical pump which forced molten lead through a horizontal tube forming the die .(2) I am left alone, to wake and guard, until the seven fires die , and the fire in the pit also goes out.(3) Each set replaces a single die in a normal (with the predator dice) game of Bongo.(4) So when you're level 3 instead of rolling 3 dice you roll 5 dice, or 1 die 5 times.(5) This is because during your turn, you get to draw a card with a saying on it, roll a ten-sided die , and then act out a mood.(6) Basically players each choose a team of 5 dice, and take turns throwing a die onto the table.(7) So we changed the rule such that only the caller lost a single die on an exact bid and we've found that the game is far more enjoyable.(8) After mounting the die to the wood, stamp the image onto a piece of text-weight paper and allow to dry.(9) Each number rolled on the die corresponds to a specific category.(10) Q. And when I make a die , I have to create it manually?(11) The fire had begun to die down and Sei could fell the room growing colder.(12) It's fairly easy to grind metal out of a die , but putting it back in presents a real problem.(13) It was the first popular game where movement was not determined by a die roll.(14) For example, we could record the sound of dice rolling, and play this sound while our die is rolling.(15) If you're unlucky enough with the roll of the die , the game can be over even faster.(16) For many dice games - in fact, most such games that I can think of - a six-sided die is sufficient.
(1) to die :: i farw
1. dice ::
2. pass away ::
basio i ffwrdd
3. abate ::
4. fail ::
5. long ::
6. break down ::
7. expire ::
yn dod i ben
8. become flat ::
yn dod yn fflat
9. die out ::
yn marw allan
1. breathe ::
2. live ::
Different Formsdie, died, dies, indie, indies
Word Example from TV Shows
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Then you'll DIE.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
Why? So the rest of us can DIE?
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2
You're not going to DIE for quite a while.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 10
I fight and DIE for your glory,
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 9
- They DIE.
- We all bloody DIE.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
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