English to Afrikaans Meaning :: fist

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vuis, handjievol, hanteer, blaas
vuis, punch, vuist gevecht, boks, buffet, prop, pak, hou, hou op, neem, worstel, moker, stompen, val aan

Fist    :vuis


Fist - vuis

Fistful :: handvol

Fistfuls :: fistfuls

Fists :: vuiste


Related Words


1. clenched hand :: gebalde hand

2. duke :: Hertog

3. mitt :: Mitt

Different forms

fist, fistful, fistfuls, fists

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