English to Afrikaans Meaning :: sheep

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skape, ram, skaapvleis, TUP, bok, ooi

Sheep    :skape


Sheep - skape

Sheepish :: bedeesd


Related Words

1. shoop :: Shoop


1. ram :: ram

2. ewe :: ooi

3. lamb :: lam

4. wether :: Of

5. bellwether :: toonaangewende


1. wolf :: wolf

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