English to Welsh Meaning :: spite

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Noun
adfyd, gwaethaf, elyniaeth, gelyniaeth, rhagfarn, casineb, ddirmyg, ffobia, sinigiaeth, malais, athrod, eiddigedd, dicter
Verb
cythruddo, trafferthu, swnian, aflonyddu, drwg yw, gwaethaf, ffret, profocio, bytheiad, lidio'r, pryfocio, malign, dal dig, eiddigedd, casineb, gyndyn
cenfigen, llygad gwyrdd, gwaethaf

Spite    :gwaethaf

 

Spite - gwaethaf

Spited :: spited

Spiteful :: spiteful

Spites :: spites

Spiting :: spiting





  

Related Words

1. in spite of :: er gwaethaf


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Noun

1. malice :: malais


2. spitefulness ::

Verb


3. upset :: cynhyrfu


4. wound :: clwyf


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spite, spited, spiteful, spites, spiting


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