llafn, lafn, llafnau, blewyn, flewyn, glaswellt, glaswelltyn, gweiryn, nglaswelltyn, ngweiryn, lafnau, laswelltyn, mlewyn, weiryn
Noun(1) especially a leaf of grass or the broad portion of a leaf as distinct from the petiole(2) a dashing young man(3) something long and thin resembling a blade of grass(4) a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard(5) a cut of beef from the shoulder blade(6) a broad flat body part (as of the shoulder or tongue(7) the part of the skate that slides on the ice(8) flat surface that rotates and pushes against air or water(9) the flat part of a tool or weapon that (usually
(1) The juices of the braised blade of beef were almost black with deepness and the meat was strong and gamey.(2) He kept the knife blade flat against his wrist, hidden in the fold of his sleeve.(3) Police have not yet recovered the murder weapon, believed to be a knife with a substantial blade .(4) a blade of grass(5) He sidestepped and took a wild swing at her back, to be met by an arcing sword that struck his blade out of his hand and sent it whirling.(6) They were triumphant and he felt like a dashing young blade in football.(7) The iliac blade tapers and thins ventrally so that its ventral surface forms a sharp ridge.(8) As he demanded money he struggled to open the blade of the knife before panicking and leaving.(9) The captured prince screamed and tried to get out of her grasp but she had the sharp blade of a knife pressed against his throat.(10) Facing the garden, push the tool blade straight down into the edge of the turf about 3 to 4 inches.(11) Coat the cutting blade often with silicone grease to prevent rusting.(12) The backerboard can be scored and snapped, or cut with a saw blade designed for cutting concrete and stone.(13) The streets were covered with these buildings, and not a blade of grass nor a leafy tree could be found.(14) The reporter did not see any cows or sheep, never mind even a blade of green grass, during the three-hour journey.(15) Often the working blade of a tool is called its head, like the head of an axe.(16) A blade of grass glinted in his palm, wet with dew.
(1) razor blade :: llafn rasel
(2) saw blade :: llafn welodd
(3) sharp blade :: llafn miniog
(4) blade of grass :: llafn o laswellt
(5) leaf blade :: dail llafn
(6) doctor blade :: llafn meddyg
(7) knife blade :: llafn cyllell
(8) rotor blade :: llafn rotor
(9) hacksaw blade :: haclif llafn
(10) blade holder :: deiliad llafn
1. vane ::
2. brand ::
3. leaf blade ::
blade, bladed, blades
Word Example from TV Shows
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We have proof. We have the BLADE.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
Although they could have been
more careful with the BLADE.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3
And none have seen the BLADE.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 8
The Dornishman's BLADE
It was made of black steel
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
if you fight with an edged
BLADE, I'll have to.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2
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