English to Afrikaans Meaning :: philosophy

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Noun
filosofie, metafisika, visie, beskou, oë, sigbaarheid, ondersoek, teorie, beginsel, etos, leer, kennis, ontologie

Philosophy    :filosofie

 

Philosophy - filosofie

Philosophic :: filosofiese

Philosophical :: filosofiese

Philosophies :: filosofieë

Philosophize :: filosoferen

Philosophizes :: philosophizes





  

Related Words

1. doctor of philosophy :: doktor in filosofie


Synonyms
Noun

1. thinking :: dink


2. beliefs ::


3. doctrine :: leer


Different forms

philosophic, philosophical, philosophies, philosophize, philosophizes, philosophy


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Poignant - (aangrypende) :: It is a philosophical tearjerker a poignant romance for the intellectual set and a touching character study

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