English to Welsh Meaning :: tail

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Noun
cynffon, rhan gefn, cefn, llwybr, llym, ffolen, trên, gynffon, ngosgordd, suite
Verb
cynffon, dilyn, ensue, mynd ar drywydd, hela, llwyddo, lag, ar ei hôl hi
cynffon

Tail    :cynffon

 

Tail - cynffon

Tailed :: gynffon

Tailing :: tailing

Tailless :: tailless

Tails :: cynffonnau





  

Related Words

1. long tail :: cynffon hir


Synonyms
Noun

1. brush :: brwsh


2. rear :: cefn


3. close :: cau


4. detective :: ditectif


5. stern :: llym


6. tail end :: pen cynffon


7. shadower ::


8. empennage :: empennage

Verb


9. follow :: dilyn


10. bob :: Bob


11. chase after :: hela ar ôl


Different forms

tail, tailed, tailing, tailless, tails


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