English to Afrikaans Meaning :: titter

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
laggie, gehinnik, gegiechel, giechelen
gegiechel, giechelen

Titter    :gegiechel


Titter - gegiechel

Tittered :: tittered

Tittering :: tittering

Titters :: gegiggel



1. giggle :: giggel

2. snicker :: gehinnik

3. twitter :: Twitter

4. tee-hee :: Tee-hee

5. chuckle :: giggel

6. laugh :: lag

7. chortle :: chortle

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titter, tittered, tittering, titters

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