tarddu, darddu, nharddu, tharddudarddant, darddo, darddasit, darddasid, darddasent, darddasem, darddasech, darddasant, darddasai, darddith, darddan, darddaist, darddais, darddai, darddaf, dardda’, dardda, tarddasid, darddir, darddiff, darddid, darddi, darddet, darddest, darddasoch, dardder, darddent, dardden, darddem, dardded, darddech, darddaswn, darddasom, darddwyd, dardd, tarddai, tarddaf, tardda’, tardda, tardd, darddych, darddwyf, tarddem, darddwn, darddwch, darddont, darddon, darddom, darddodd, darddoch, darddes, tardded, tarddech, tarddaswn, tarddasom, tarddasoch, tarddasit, tarddais, tarddasent, tarddasem, tarddasech, tarddasant, tarddasai, tarddant, tarddan, tarddaist, tarddiff, tharddasech, tarddon, tarddom, tarddodd, tarddoch, tarddo, tarddith, tarddir, tharddasant, tarddid, tarddi, tarddet, tarddest, tarddes, tardder, tarddent, tharddom, tharddasai, tharddant, tharddan, tharddaist, tharddais, tharddai, tarddont, thardda’, thardda, thardd, tarddych, tarddwyf, tarddwyd, tarddwn, tarddwch, tharddech, tardden, tharddest, tharddes, thardder, tharddent, thardden, tharddem, thardded, tharddych, tharddaswn, tharddasom, tharddasoch, tharddasit, tharddasid, tharddasent, tharddasem, tharddaf, tharddwyf, tharddwyd, tharddwn, tharddwch, tharddont, tharddon, tharddet, tharddodd, tharddoch, tharddo, tharddith, tharddir, tharddiff, tharddid, tharddi
Verb(1) come into existence; take on form or shape(2) bring into being(3) begin a trip at a certain point, as of a plane, train, bus, etc.
(1) If she gets back to Broadway, Braxton hopes to originate a role and not just step into a role created by someone else.(2) All isolates of C. fulvum collected to date originate from commercially grown tomatoes.(3) Seed germination is a developmental process of reactivation of metabolism to originate a new plant.(4) The system allows users to silently monitor phone lines, or originate calls on other people's lines, Mitnick said.(5) Singers should originate and initiate ideas that are new to the market.(6) He begins the review in a fantasy world in which Darwin did not originate the concept of natural selection.(7) Alpacas originate from South America and in particular Peru, Chile and Bolivia.(8) It's hard to originate new ideas and attitudes while surrounded by layers of aging mental clutter.(9) Salsas, which originate in Mexico and South America, are a cross between a sauce and a salad.(10) We didn't go out and originate a track in India with a tabla player and then build upon that.(11) The name originates from the word for crab, the term for the two creatures being almost interchangeable in early cultures.(12) However, as pointed out by the originators of motivational interviewing, giving advice is rarely effective in changing selfcare practices.(13) There are only a few people who can say that they originated the idea to send a European spacecraft to Mars.(14) The originators of these information products are solely responsible for their content.(15) William Saffire credits William Shakespeare with originating the metaphor.(16) I want to go to that in just a minute, but I want to go back to the origination of everything.
(1) originate from :: tarddu o
1. arise ::
2. invent ::
3. start ::
4. develop ::
1. cease ::
yn dod i ben
2. end ::
3. stop ::
rhoi'r gorau i
Different Formsoriginate, originated, originates, originating
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