English to Welsh Meaning :: joust

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duel, ymryson, brwydro yn erbyn, twrnamaint, berthynas o anrhydedd
cystadlu gyda, ymladd gyda, efelychu, ymgodymu â, amddiffyn, ymryson, cystadlu, vie, ymgodymu, cystadleuaeth

Joust    :ymryson


Joust - ymryson

Jousted :: jousted

Jouster :: jouster

Jousters :: jousters

Jousting :: ymryson

Jousts :: jousts



1. tournament :: twrnamaint

2. tourney :: Twrnamaint

3. combat :: brwydro yn erbyn

4. contest :: cystadleuaeth

5. fight :: frwydr

6. battle :: frwydr

7. clash :: gwrthdaro

8. tilt :: tilt


9. tourney :: Twrnamaint

10. fight :: frwydr

11. spar :: spar

12. clash :: gwrthdaro

13. tilt :: tilt

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joust, jousted, jouster, jousters, jousting, jousts

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