English to Welsh Meaning :: faithful

Faithful :
ffyddlon
- ffyddlonffyddlonffyddlondebfaithfuls
 

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Noun(1) any loyal and steadfast following(2) a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church
Adjective(1) steadfast in affection or allegiance(2) marked by fidelity to an original(3) not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend

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(1) Madame Wu is a faithful wife, producing heirs for the Wu family and controlling the house staff with skill and efficiency.(2) Betsy had been the complete opposite of her husband - kind, compassionate, faithful , and honest.(3) A character actor may also be a faithful husband; both are steady, if unspectacular jobs.(4) This wholeness is about community, the community of the faithful that forms the church.(5) Although closely related species, meadow voles have multiple mates while prairie voles remain steadfastly faithful to their partners.(6) In journalistic usage, you shall be as accurate and balanced and fair, and as faithful to pinned-down facts, as you possibly can be.(7) Despite some juggling of the sequence of events, ÔÇÿAliÔÇÖ is largely faithful to facts.(8) Getting married doesn't make you morally superior and it certainly doesn't automatically make you a faithful partner or a doting parent.(9) I am very proud of the fact that I have been as faithful to the truth as humanly possible.(10) In the years since then, Moe has carved out his own niche in the music, remaining ever faithful to the ÔÇÿoldÔÇÖ sounds and never drifting far from the roots of his music.(11) Winner of many international prizes, Stanev has built a considerable reputation on his faithful re-interpreting of the staple classical repertoire.(12) I have been to the edge of life and come back with a wise, faithful and honest friend whom I trust completely at my core.(13) She survived Russell by thirty years and remained as faithful to him until her death as if her love had been returned.(14) I realize that this is normal and I have no control over what I may or may not feel, but I also feel like I'm betraying my faithful wife for having these thoughts.(15) Yes, people sometimes cheat and lie, but they sometimes are also faithful and truthful.(16) But despite all this augmentation, the text remains surprisingly faithful to the original.
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Adjective
1. loyal ::
ffyddlon
2. constant ::
gyson
4. devoted ::
ffyddlon
5. true-blue ::
gwir-las
6. unswerving ::
diysgog
7. staunch ::
pybyr
8. steadfast ::
gadarn
9. dedicated ::
pwrpasol
10. committed ::
ymroddedig
11. trusty ::
trusty
12. trustworthy ::
ddibynadwy
13. dependable ::
dibynadwy
14. reliable ::
dibynadwy
Noun
15. congregation ::
cynulleidfa
16. fold ::
blygu
Antonyms
1. disloyal ::
annheyrngar
2. faithless ::
faithless
3. fickle ::
anwadal
4. inconstant ::
anwadal
5. perfidious ::
perfidious
6. recreant ::
recreant
7. treacherous ::
beryglus
8. unfaithful ::
anffyddlon
9. untrue ::
anghywir
Different Forms
faithful, faithfully, faithfulness, faithfuls
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