Louse - luis
Loused :: loused
Louses :: louses
Lousing :: lousing
1. head louse :: kopluis
1. plant louse :: plant luis
louse, loused, louses, lousing
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: louse
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Scowl - (frons) :: Those who delighted in the first snows exchanged smiles though many were scowling at the cold
Stomach - (maag) :: I cant stomach the selfrighteous attitude of some managers
Ulna - (ulna) :: Most of the mastodon material was recovered from a small area and one humerus and an ulna were articulated
Bolt - (bout) :: Ill usually bolt out of bed and stumble around as if drunk in an effort to find the obnoxious noise and shut it offSEE ALL
Acuity - (skerpte) :: In any case sensitivity and acuity on the part of her editors should have meant the deletion of the worst of the inaccurate and offensive references or the rejection of the piece as a whole
Adamant - (vasbeslote) :: The group is adamant that these protests will continue until the club is closed
Admonitory - (vermanende) :: The regular use of this second comma is one of the early admonitions of our old friends Strunk and White who tell us that the second comma is often referred to as the serial comma
Adroit - (handig) :: He was a selftaught musician and the beauty of his compositions lies in the adroit mix of folk Indian classical and western classical musicSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Calculation (berekening) :: You could hear the whirr and hum of political calculation the internal hedging of bets
Shilling (sjieling) :: In the early 70s we lost our pounds shillings and pence
Dunce (esel) :: And that my rich little dunces is where your lethargic complacency is turning against you
Mimosa (mimosa) :: And if you order this with a mimosa I promise you that your day will start off nicely