English to Welsh Meaning :: castle

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castell, gaer, twr, cadarnle, dal, ôl-stop, castell gwyddbwyll

Castle    :castell


Castle - castell

Castled :: gastell

Castles :: cestyll

Castling :: castling


Related Words

1. the castle :: y castell


1. fortress :: gaer

2. rook :: ydfran

3. palace :: palas

4. castling ::

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castle, castled, castles, castling

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