English to Welsh Meaning of sunday - Dydd Sul


Sunday :

Dydd Sul, Saboth, diwrnod cyntaf

sundasDydd SulSul
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Definitions of sunday in English
Noun(1) first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians(2) United States evangelist (1862-1935
Examples of sunday in English
(1) The tip of the triangle marked the center of a circular sunburst drawn on both sides of the translucent paper with colored pencil in yellow, orange, red and pink that barely tinted the little cavelike corner space behind.(2) The result is an album of dark shades and surprising weight, psychedelic not like a petal-laced sunburst but like a pitch-black night in a small room with walls that seem to expand and contract with your heaving chest.(3) ‘Men's Fitness’ has come up with two cardio programs - one for newcomers and the other for intermediates - that will help you melt off that winter weight faster than a spring sunburst .(4) Outside, it is a typical monsoon morning sky alternating between brilliant sunburst and darkening clouds.(5) a pair of sunburst diamond earrings(6) Featuring a red and black sunburst motif set against a brilliant yellow ground, the mural's composition is appropriated from the logo for Sol, a popular Mexican beer.(7) An important development of the early sixteenth century was the Apocalyptic image of her, standing in front of a sunburst , crowned with twelve stars, with at her feet a crescent moon.(8) A large sunburst with Elizabeth's rose hung over center stage and was raised and lowered with the change of scene.(9) In a 1990 piece, roses with long, spindly stems are placed to form a sunburst , their blossoms defining a central spiral and their stems radiating outward.(10) The sunburst necklace glittered under the water like a lost treasure.(11) The angels appear to be carrying the mandorla heavenwards, as they grasp the carved rays of the sunburst .(12) The light is fading fast and the recent spectacular sunburst is just a vivid memory.(13) It was a dramatic sunburst of information to me at the time; it was a battle cry to participate in something important.(14) the guitar body is finished in a delicately sprayed sunburst(15) When the Indians set fire to the main building as well as the sheds, the flames fanned into a sunburst , and their smoke stifled the people of Fort Mims.(16) The five rays of the sunburst allude to the five regions of a former unit, and the chevron, a symbol for support, with the five stars, represents the five states that comprised its former area of operations.
Related Phrases of sunday
(1) Sunday ::
Dydd Sul
Synonyms
M
1. Sunday ::
Dydd Sul
2. Sabbath ::
Saboth
3. first day ::
diwrnod cyntaf
Different Forms
sundas, sunday, sundays
Word Example from TV Shows
Oh, they only have Thursday
and Sunday passes left.

Oh, they only have Thursday and Sunday passes left.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14

Resurrection Sunday!

Resurrection Sunday!

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9

You weren't supposed
to be here till Sunday!

You weren't supposed to be here till Sunday!

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 2

Not Sunday! I love Sunday!

Not Sunday! I love Sunday!

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 14

I know that you go to the firing range\Nevery Sunday,

I know that you go to the firing range
every Sunday,

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 3

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