Wedding - troue
Weddings :: troues
1. wed :: trou
1. marriage (service/ceremony/rites) ::
2. marriage :: huwelik
3. wedding party :: trouepartytjie
4. nuptials ::
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: wedding
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