English to Afrikaans Meaning :: crocodile

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krokodil
Noun
krokodil, kaaiman, Kaaiman, ywer, beslaglegging

Crocodile    :krokodil

 

Crocodile - krokodil

Crocodiles :: krokodille





  

Related Words

1. crocodile tears :: krokodiltrane


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1. crocodile :: krokodil


2. caiman :: kaaiman


3. cayman :: Kaaiman


4. alligator :: krokodil


5. zeal :: ywer


6. taking ::


7. receiving ::


8. seizure :: beslaglegging


Different forms

crocodile, crocodiles


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