isostwng, gostwng, gostyngasech, gostynged, gostynga, gostynga’, gostyngaf, gostyngai, gostyngais, gostyngaist, gostyngan, gostyngant, gostyngasai, gostyngasant, hiselha, gostyngasem, gostyngasent, gostyngasid, gostyngasit, gostyngasoch, gostyngasom, gostyngaswn, gostyngech, gostyngo, gostyngith, hiselhasai, gostyngent, gostynger, gostynges, gostyngest, gostynget, gostyngi, gostyngid, gostyngiff, gostyngir, gostyngych, gostyngen, gostyngoch, gostyngodd, gostyngom, gostyngon, gostyngont, gostyngwch, gostyngwn, gostyngwyd, gostyngwyf, hiselhaf, hiselhewch, hiselhaiff, hiselha’, hiselhaech, hiselhaed, hiselhaem, hiselhaen, hiselhaent, hiselhaer, hiselhaet, hiselheuon, hiselhâi, hiselheych, hiselhaith, hiselhân, hiselhânt, hiselhao, hiselhaoch, hiselhaodd, hiselhaom, hiselhaont, hiselhawyd, hiselhawyf, hiselhasech, hiselhasem, hiselhasent, hiselhasid, hiselhasit, hiselhasoch, hiselhasom, hiselhaswn, hiselhawn, gostyngem, hiselhasant, hiselheais, hiselheaist, hiselhei, hiselheid, hiselheies, hiselheiest, hiselheir, hiselheuoch, iselhaf, iselhâi, iselha, iselha’, iselhaech, iselhaed, iselhaem, iselhaen, iselhaent, iselhaer, iselhaet, iselhewch, iselheych, iselhaiff, iselhaith, iselhân, iselhânt, iselhao, iselhaoch, iselhaodd, iselhaom, iselhaont, iselhawyd, iselhawyf, iselhasech, iselhasem, iselhasent, iselhasid, iselhasit, iselhasoch, iselhasom, iselhaswn, iselhawn, iselhasai, iselhasant, iselheais, iselheaist, iselhei, iselheid, iselheies, iselheiest, iselheir, iselheuoch, iselheuon, ostyngant, ostyngwyd, ostyngasant, ostyngych, ostynga, ostynga’, ostyngaf, ostyngai, ostyngais, ostyngaist, ostyngan, ostyngwn, ostyngasai, ostyngwyf, ostyngasech, ostyngasem, ostyngasent, ostyngasid, ostyngasit, ostyngasoch, ostyngasom, ostyngaswn, ostyngiff, ostyngir, ostyngem, ostyngen, ostyngent, ostynger, ostynges, ostyngest, ostynget, ostyngi, ostyngid, ostyngech, ostynged, ostyngith, ostyngo, ostyngoch, ostyngodd, ostyngom, ostyngon, ostyngont, ostyngwchgostwng, ngostwng, hiselhau, iselhau
- isgostwnggostwngyn gostwngLOWERY
Noun(1) the lower of two berths
Verb(1) move something or somebody to a lower position(2) set lower(3) make lower or quieter(4) cause to drop or sink(5) look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval
Adjective(1) less than normal in degree or intensity or amount(2) literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension(3) very low in volume(4) unrefined in character(5) used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency(6) of the most contemptible kind(7) low or inferior in station or quality(8) no longer sufficient(9) subdued or brought low in condition or status(10) filled with melancholy and despondency
Adverb(1) in a low position; near the ground
(1) The proposal for a new building had a more plausible scale and circulation pattern in a somewhat lower structure.(2) A mere glance upwards at a bright lamp caused it to lower from the domed ceiling.(3) he must really love her to be able to lower himself to this(4) Resuscitation may have dislodged it and allowed minute food particles to pass into the lower respiratory tract.(5) He entered, eyeing the tutor suspiciously and loweringly .(6) So ski patrollers finally slid along the cables, fitted the passengers with harnesses and lowered them to the ground one by one.(7) Two guys worked the kitchen - a dark, lowering , Heathcliffy fellow and a chirpy-looking, more English chap in glasses.(8) It makes perfect sense for supermodels to love me, but there's really no reason for them to be lowering themselves to fools like Pete.(9) Lower Cretaceous(10) Everyone watched in silence as the Stars and Stripes and the Union flag were lowered to half-mast.(11) He turned to tap on his laptop and a plasma screen lowered from the ceiling.(12) Mona stood still as the casket was lowered slowly into the ground.(13) In Germany flags were lowered to half-mast at federal buildings.(14) He lowers himself and the book by covering these topics.(15) That is the ugliest, most loweringly brutal-looking theatre I ever remember seeing.(16) He lowered his hand, moving his focus to the paints and pencils and brushes that had been forgotten for so long.
(1) low :: isel
1. subordinate ::
2. bottom ::
4. lower berth ::
5. move down ::
symud i lawr
6. soften ::
7. reduce ::
8. subside ::
9. degrade ::
10. depress ::
12. lour ::
Different Formslower, lowered, lowering, lowers, lowery
English to Welsh Dictionary: lower
Meaning and definitions of lower, translation in Welsh language for lower with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of lower in Welsh and in English language.
Tags for the entry "lower"
What lower means in Welsh, lower meaning in Welsh, lower definition, examples and pronunciation of lower in Welsh language.