English to Afrikaans Meaning :: obituary

English to Afrikaans Meaning
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obituary    :rou


Obituaries :: doodsberigte



1. death notice :: sterfkennis

2. eulogy :: huldeblyk

3. obit :: dood boodskap

4. necrology :: necrology

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