rhagddodiad, ragddodiad, ragddodiaid, rhagddodiaidrhagddodirhagddodasech, rhagddodasem, rhagddoda’, rhagddodaf, rhagddodai, rhagddodais, rhagddodaist, rhagddodan, rhagddodant, rhagddodasai, rhagddodasant, rhagddodych, rhagddoda, rhagddodasent, rhagddodasid, rhagddodasit, rhagddodasoch, rhagddodasom, rhagddodaswn, rhagddodech, rhagddoded, rhagddodem, rhagddoden, rhagddodent, rhagddoder, rhagddodes, rhagddodest, rhagddodet, rhagddodi, rhagddodid, rhagddodiff, rhagddodir, rhagddodith, rhagddodo, rhagddodoch, rhagddododd, rhagddodom, rhagddodon, rhagddodont, rhagddodwch, rhagddodwn, rhagddodwyd, rhagddodwyf
Noun(1) an affix that is added in front of the word
Verb(1) attach a prefix to
(1) The company said customers would be able to keep their mobile phone number, but warned that the prefix may change if an operator other than Eircell ends up providing the service.(2) The girl said: ├ö├ç├┐I checked my phone and found a voicemail message from a sergeant, who only left us his extension number without the prefix .├ö├ç├û(3) The first usage of the term Akali became known when Naina Singh, predecessor of Akali Phula Singh used it as prefix of his name, in the last decades of the eighteenth century.(4) Etiquette would probably have required me to use some sort of respectful prefix before their names.(5) Queen Victoria loved the sulfureous saline water so much she gave the town a royal prefix .(6) It received its royal prefix in 1917 after members used their own cars as ambulances to transport wounded soldiers and the clubhouse was used to treat the injured.(7) As of tomorrow, patients will have to call numbers with the prefix 01772 to get through to the Collinson Avenue surgery.(8) I am very much averse to any title or honours and I will be more than happy if there was no prefix to my name.(9) When used as a prefix to someone's name, it implies an obvious loathing or contempt of that person.(10) The ├ö├ç├┐O├ö├ç├û when used as a prefix in Irish surnames means ├ö├ç├┐descendant of.├ö├ç├û(11) As an aside, telethon is one of those odd blends in which two combining forms, prefix and suffix, have been borrowed from separate words and jammed together, extinguishing any root word.(12) No wonder so many local supporters are calling for the caretaker prefix to be removed from his job title.(13) Originally christened, with admirable simplicity, the Station Hotel, the royal prefix was added after Queen Victoria blessed the building with her presence.(14) The machine that prints tickets assigned the number 666 as a prefix on all the tickets for the film, said Gary Smith, owner of the Movies at Berry Square in northwest Georgia.(15) Our phone numbers will be lengthened to seven digits when we add the new prefix 64.(16) the Institute was granted the prefix ├ö├ç├┐Royal├ö├ç├û in 1961
(1) prefix :: rhagddodiad
1. prefix ::
2. symptom ::
3. calamity ::
4. morbidity ::
5. trouble ::
6. impediment ::
7. predetermine ::
benderfynu ymlaen llaw
8. predestine ::
Different Formsprefix, prefixed, prefixes, prefixing
English to Welsh Dictionary: prefix
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