English to Welsh Meaning :: vertex

English to Welsh Meaning
binacl, tyred, top, copa, Acme, vertex, apex, brig, pen

vertex    :vertex


Vertexes :: vertexes



1. apex :: apex

2. peak :: brig

3. pinnacle :: binacl

4. zenith :: anterth

5. crown :: goron

6. crest :: crest

7. tip :: tip

8. top :: top

Different forms

vertex, vertexes

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