English to Afrikaans Meaning :: tome

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aan my
aan my, dik boek

Tome    :aan my


Tome - aan my

Tomes :: Tomes


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1. to me :: aan my


1. volume :: volume

2. book :: boek

3. work :: werk

4. opus :: opus

5. publication :: publikasie

6. title :: titel

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