English to Welsh Meaning of fond - hoff

Fond :

hoff, ffyddlon, diddordeb, ynghlwm, cariadus, gaeth, rhoddir, rhannol, ffôl, gwirion, anwybodus, niwlog

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Definitions of fond in English
Adjective(1) having or displaying warmth or affection(2) extravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent(3) (followed by `of' or `to'(4) absurd or silly because unlikely
Examples of fond in English
(1) Oddly, this fond remembrance didn't seem to put Pietro at ease.(2) The hope of youth's but a fond dream, and suits only lighter souls than mine.(3) I've never been particularly fond of the gender politics in his work.(4) When tipsy or sober, the painter and Jew was mild, charming and fond of quoting Dante.(5) Even in defeat, he sees success and vows to contest again with the fond hope that he will emerge a victor one day.(6) Do you have any especially fond memories of those times that you might share?(7) Riding on his dream vehicle for nearly 25 years now, this man has no fond fancies for fast cars.(8) I also became rather fond of a very saucy mouse in my office.(9) He is fond of the occasional drink and is considered to be good company.(10) Maybe they're guilty of collective naivete, but I've grown fond of American optimism.(11) Believe it or don't, but Levine seems to have some pretty fond memories from his visits.(12) I guess I knew then that those fond days of carefree friendship would never return.(13) The list of such fond dicta could be extended indefinitely.(14) He was becoming too fond of her nickname; they weren't that friendly, yet.(15) As they are fond of pointing out here, don't run from hurricanes; they drink hurricanes.(16) He has few fond recollections of his six weeks in a German jail cell.
Related Phrases of fond
(1) fond of ::
hoff o
(2) be fond of ::
fod yn hoff o
(3) very fond ::
hoff iawn
(4) be fond ::
fod yn hoff
(5) grow fond ::
tyfu hoff
(6) be very fond of ::
fod yn hoff iawn o
(7) fond dream ::
breuddwyd melys
(8) become fond of ::
yn dod yn hoff o
1. keen on ::
brwd ar
2. adoring ::
3. unrealistic ::
4. partial ::
5. affectionate ::
1. allergic ::
2. averse ::
gyndyn o gymryd
Different Forms
fond, fondant, fondants, fonder, fondest, fondly, fondness
Word Example from TV Shows
They've grown rather fond of
your interest payments.

They've grown rather FOND of your interest payments.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 4

Well, she's very fond
of her silver one

Well, she's very FOND of her silver one

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12

Have you grown fond of me, Stark?

Have you grown FOND of me, Stark?

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1

- Odd little man.
- I've grown fond of him.

- Odd little man. - I've grown FOND of him.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1

A lot of Ma's stuff
brings back fond memories.

A lot of Ma's stuff brings back FOND memories.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 18

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