English to Afrikaans Meaning :: gaunt

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Adjective
dun, maer, verswak, hoogtepunt, swak, karige, sukkelaar, harde, streng, ernstige, Stern, sieklike

Gaunt    :maer

 

Gaunt - maer

Gaunter :: gaunter

Gauntest :: gauntest

Gauntness :: vervalle toestand





  

Related Words

1. gaunt :: maer


Synonyms
Adjective

1. haggard :: Haggard


2. bleak :: somber


Different forms

gaunt, gaunter, gauntest, gauntness


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