English to Afrikaans Meaning :: shroud

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cover, laag, omhulsel, wat, sluier, kleed, lykswa doek, gordyn, purdah, skerm
beklee, cover, gespe, kleed, doen oor, bedek met, begrawe, pawiljoen, skei, hou terug, blind

Shroud    :kleed


Shroud - kleed

Shrouded :: gehul

Shrouding :: afscherming

Shrouds :: omhulsel


Related Words


1. winding sheet ::

2. covering :: wat

3. tack :: ryg

4. winding-sheet :: likwidasie vel


5. cover :: cover

6. hide :: verberg

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shroud, shrouded, shrouding, shrouds

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