English to Afrikaans Meaning :: beginning

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begin, bekendstelling, aanvang, opening, staanspoor, aankomende, oorspronklike, oorsprong, wortel, bron, geboorte, ontstaan, oggend, incipience
aanvanklike, begin

Beginning    :begin


Beginning - begin


Related Words

1. begin :: begin


1. dawn :: aanbreek

2. opening :: opening

3. origin :: oorsprong

4. rootage :: rootage

5. start :: begin


6. first :: eerste


7. start :: begin

8. open :: oop

9. appear :: verskyn

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