English to Welsh Meaning :: divine

Divine :
ddwyfol
- ddwyfoldivineddwyfoldiwinyddiondewino
 

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Noun(1) terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God(2) a clergyman or other person in religious orders
Verb(1) perceive intuitively or through some inexplicable perceptive powers(2) search by divining, as if with a rod
Adjective(1) emanating from God(2) resulting from divine providence(3) being or having the nature of a god(4) devoted to or in the service or worship of a deity(5) appropriate to or befitting a god(6) being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods

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(1) To err is human, to forgive divine .(2) Evidently, his divine brilliance is too great for mere mortals.(3) We must be given time and space away from the hordes to divine the future.(4) I tried to divine an intention from her message.(5) The girl was sitting on a rock in the middle of a divine forest, smiling angelically.(6) For what I had in mind the weather was perfectly divine .(7) It's an almost religious process of divine selection - the elect and the damned.(8) We are not to introduce divine revelations into philosophy nor philosophical opinions into religion.(9) On one visit, I found trail mix bars that were absolutely divine .(10) Revelation is intuitive knowledge and wisdom about some aspect of nature through divine inspiration.(11) Dance is a sacred movement of the various limbs with deep divine feeling.(12) Yet he was driven by a conviction in sacred, divine principles.(13) Only Jesus Christ, both fully divine and fully human, can accomplish this for all of humankind.(14) He said that all the religions and great divine personalities always exhorted people to promote peace, love and tolerance.(15) I wandered about in my swimming costume for a bit hoping for divine intervention.(16) To watch him as an artist was a truly divine experience.
Related Words
(1) divine intervention ::
ymyrraeth ddwyfol
Synonyms
Adjective
1. godly ::
duwiol
2. religious ::
crefyddol
3. providential ::
rhagluniaethol
4. godlike ::
godlike
5. inspired ::
ysbrydoli
Noun
6. theologian ::
diwinydd
7. cleric ::
clerigwr
8. maker ::
gwneuthurwr
Verb
9. guess ::
dyfalu
10. foretell ::
rhagfynegi
Antonyms
1. atrocious ::
erchyll
2. awful ::
ofnadwy
3. execrable ::
gwarthus
4. lousy ::
lousy
5. pathetic ::
pathetic
6. poor ::
gwael
7. rotten ::
wedi pydru
8. terrible ::
ofnadwy
9. vile ::
ffiaidd
10. wretched ::
truenus
Different Forms
divine, divined, divinely, divines, divining
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