English to Afrikaans Meaning :: divine

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
goddelike, hemelse, onaardse, salig, toevallige, wonderbaarlike, voorsienige, heilige, suiwer, geseënde, skoon, bo aards, empyrean
teoloog, goddelike, pastoor
antisipeer, goddelike, voorspel, profeteer, voorspelling, voorspeller
goddelike, het gehalte

Divine    :goddelike


Divine - goddelike

Divined :: waargeneem

Divinely :: goddelik

Divines :: Divines

Divining :: waarsêery


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1. divine intervention :: Goddelike ingryping


1. godly :: goddelike

2. religious :: godsdienstige

3. providential :: voorsienige

4. godlike :: goddelike

5. inspired :: geïnspireer


6. theologian :: teoloog

7. cleric :: geestelike

8. maker :: outeur


9. guess :: raai

10. foretell :: voorspel


1. atrocious :: gruwelike

2. awful :: vreeslike

3. execrable :: afskuwelike

4. lousy :: slegte

5. pathetic :: pateties

6. poor :: swak

7. rotten :: vrot

8. terrible :: verskriklike

9. vile :: veragtelike

10. wretched :: ellendig

Different forms

divine, divined, divinely, divines, divining

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