croeso, croesawiad, chroesawiad, groesawiad, nghroesawiad, nghroesocroesawu, groesawu, chroesawu, nghroesawucroesawsoch, croesawa’, croesawaf, croesawai, croesawais, croesawaist, croesawan, croesawant, croesawasai, croesawasech, croesawasem, croesawasent, croesawasid, croesawasit, croesawaswn, croesawch, croesawech, croesawed, croesawem, croesawen, croesawent, croesawer, croesawes, croesawest, croesawet, croesawi, croesawiff, chroesawch, croesawn, croesawo, croesawoch, croesawodd, croesawom, croesawon, croesawont, croesawsant, croesawa, croesawsom, croesawson, croesawyd, croesawyf, croesewais, croesewaist, croesewch, croesewi, croesewid, croesewir, croesewych, chroesawa, chroesawa’, chroesawaf, chroesawai, chroesawais, chroesawaist, chroesawan, chroesawant, chroesawasai, chroesawasech, chroesawasem, chroesawasent, chroesawasid, chroesawasit, chroesawaswn, croesawith, chroesawech, chroesawed, chroesawem, chroesawen, chroesawent, chroesawer, chroesawes, chroesawest, groesawasid, chroesawi, chroesawiff, chroesawith, chroesawn, chroesawo, chroesawoch, chroesawodd, chroesawom, chroesawon, chroesawont, chroesawsant, chroesawsoch, chroesawsom, chroesawson, chroesawyd, chroesawyf, chroesewais, chroesewaist, chroesewch, chroesewi, chroesewid, chroesewir, chroesewych, groesawa, groesawa’, groesawaf, groesawyd, groesawais, groesawaist, groesawan, groesawant, groesawasai, groesawasech, groesawasem, groesawasent, chroesawet, groesawasit, groesawaswn, groesawch, groesawech, groesawed, groesawem, groesawen, groesawent, groesawer, groesawes, groesawest, groesawet, groesawi, groesawiff, groesawith, groesawn, groesawo, groesawoch, groesawodd, groesawom, groesawon, groesawont, groesawsant, groesawsoch, groesawsom, groesawson, groesawai, groesawyf, groesewais, groesewaist, groesewch, groesewi, groesewid, groesewir, groesewych
- croesodigroesoCroesawydyn croesawucroesawgar
Noun(1) the state of being welcome(2) a greeting or reception
Verb(1) accept gladly(2) bid welcome to; greet upon arrival(3) receive someone, as into one's house
Adjective(1) giving pleasure or satisfaction or received with pleasure or freely granted
(1) Members and guests are welcome and should book early to ensure seating.(2) A warm welcome is extended to the people who have come to live in the parish.(3) Parents and supporters are welcome to lend encouragement to our young players.(4) Judi's welcome is warm and inviting and she has an excellent knowledge of the surrounding area.(5) He will not receive a warm welcome from the larger British public.(6) There is also no question about the friendliness of the welcome visitors receive here.(7) we particularly welcome this opportunity to comment on it(8) So your website must be ready to receive this welcome guest.(9) Please take a look and any additions are most welcome !(10) Daniels thanked all those present for their warm welcome .(11) I received a welcome e-mail today(12) Parents are welcome to help out and new members are encouraged to take part.(13) we welcome feedback from the public(14) Perhaps there is an elderly person in your area who may be lonely and would welcome a friendly gesture to join you on the trip.(15) The public is encouraged to attend the event, and men are welcome to cheer on the women and children as they march.(16) However, his family welcome him with open arms and a feast, so glad are they to have him back.
1. pleasing ::
2. agreeable ::
3. encouraging ::
4. gratifying ::
6. promising ::
7. favorable ::
8. pleasant ::
9. refreshing ::
10. gladly received ::
a dderbyniwyd yn llawen
13. popular ::
14. desirable ::
15. greeting ::
16. salutation ::
17. reception ::
18. hospitality ::
20. greet ::
21. salute ::
22. receive ::
23. meet ::
24. usher in ::
Different Formsunwelcome, welcome, welcomed, welcomes, welcoming
Word Example from TV Shows
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We care about Skyler so much...
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9
WELCOME to my house.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 2
It’s a very plausible explanation,
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9
Welcome, Dennis Kim.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 12
Not a man for WELCOME parties.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1
English to Welsh Dictionary: welcome
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