English to Afrikaans Meaning :: kid

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
kind, yeanling, baba, babe, bietjie, jeug, jonker, jeugdige, seun, jongman tog, bluf, hoax, achterbaks gedoe, chick
baba, kind
kuit, voortbring, kind, lê in, wemel, bluf, hoax, beet neem
kind, skurkagtigheid

Kid    :kind


Kid - kind

Kidd :: Kidd

Kidded :: kidded

Kidding :: grap

Kids :: kinders


Related Words

1. little kid :: klein kindjie


1. child :: kind

2. fry :: braai

3. kidskin :: bokooi vel


4. joke :: grap

5. delude :: mislei

6. banter :: geskerts


1. adult :: volwasse

Different forms

kid, kidd, kidded, kidding, kids

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