English to Afrikaans Meaning :: funny

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
snaaks, amusante, ongelooflike, verbysterende, queer, uitgepluis, rum, onverklaarbaar, vreemd
amusante, snaaks, spot, vrolik, vreemde, nuuskierig, vreemd, kinky, belaglik, lagwekkend, absurd, klug

Funny    :snaaks


Funny - snaaks

Funner :: funner

Funnest :: funnest

Funnies :: aardigheidjes

Funnily :: Snaaks

Unfunny :: unfunny


Related Words

1. very funny :: baie snaaks


1. amusing :: amusante

2. strange :: vreemde

3. suspicious :: verdagte

4. risible :: lachwekkend

5. singular :: enkelvoud


6. funny story :: snaakse storie


1. lame :: lam

Different forms

funner, funnest, funnies, funnily, funny, unfunny

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