English to Welsh Meaning :: married

English to Welsh Meaning
Adjective
briod, priodasol, nuptial, gaeth, trefnu, eang

married    :briod

 

Marrieds :: marrieds





  

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1. marry :: priodi


Synonyms
Adjective

1. wedded :: gaeth


2. marital :: priodasol


3. matrimonial :: priodasol

Verb


4. get/be married ::


5. wed :: Mer


6. join :: ymuno


Different forms

married, marrieds


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Adverb :: cownter, yn wahanol, , am, gyferbyn
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