loncian, lonciwch, haldia’, haldied, haldiaf, haldiai, haldiais, haldiaist, haldian, haldiant, haldiasai, haldiasant, haldiem, haldiasem, haldiasent, haldiasid, haldiasit, haldiasoch, haldiasom, haldiaswn, haldid, haldiech, haldien, haldion, haldient, haldier, haldies, haldiest, haldiet, haldiff, haldio, haldioch, haldi, haldiom, haldia, haldiont, haldir, haldith, haldiwch, haldiwn, haldiwyd, haldiwyf, haldiych, haldiodd, lonciasem, loncia, loncia’, lonciaf, lonciai, lonciais, lonciaist, lonciant, lonciasai, lonciem, lonciasech, loncioch, lonciasent, lonciasid, lonciasit, lonciasoch, lonciasom, lonciaswn, loncid, lonciech, lonciasant, lonciodd, lonci, loncien, loncient, loncier, loncies, lonciest, lonciet, lonciff, loncio, loncied, haldiasech, lonciom, loncion, lonciont, loncir, loncith, lonciwn, lonciwyd, lonciwyf, lonciychloncian, haldian
Noun(1) a sharp change in direction(2) a slow pace of running(3) a slight push or shake
Verb(1) continue talking or writing in a desultory manner(2) even up the edges of a stack of paper, in printing(3) run for exercise(4) run at a moderately swift pace(5) give a slight push to(6) stimulate to remember
(1) He is up at 5.30 a.m. for a jog and a 30-minute workout in the gym.(2) It was coincidentally a really nice morning and she was going out for her daily morning jog .(3) Before leaving for her morning jog , Jessica gives the girl a quick hug.(4) he gave her a jog with his elbow(5) I have to head off and buy a new pair of boots and take a morning jog .(6) he set off along the bank at a jog(7) Joan smirked as she paced herself during her morning jog .(8) If you can't exercise or jog for 20 minutes, simply go as far as you can.(9) Her face automatically brightened and her pace increased into a jog .(10) In fact, she almost seemed to increase her pace to a jog , with Becky following suit a moment after her.(11) My mother came back from her jog just as I was exiting the yard.(12) It was early enough so that there were very few tourists around, and the people who could be seen were like us, out for a morning jog or power walk.(13) Take him on a vigorous run or jog in the morning before you leave.(14) Pradeep's fitness regime on most days includes a morning jog of at least seven km and a balanced diet with plenty of proteins and fluids.(15) Brijesh occasionally met people on his morning jog .(16) his morning jog
(1) jog on :: loncian ar
(2) go for a jog :: fynd am loncian
1. run ::
2. bend ::
3. lope ::
4. nudge ::
5. run slowly ::
rhedeg yn araf
6. stimulate ::
7. ramble ::
8. even up ::
hyd yn oed hyd
9. trot ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Let's look at our pictures,
that-that'll JOG our memories.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 11
Does that JOG your memory?
Son of a bitch.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 7
Um, hey, how does he know I JOG?
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 2
- You don't JOG.
- I can start.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 19
English to Welsh Dictionary: jog
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