Whiting - wijting
Whitings :: whitings
1. white :: wit
1. whiting :: wijting
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: whiting
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Inseminate - (insemineer) :: She had already undergone two less invasive courses of fertility treatment called intrauterine insemination which most women try before IVF
Cat - (kat) :: The Jaguar is the largest cat native to the Western Hemisphere
Acne - (aknee) :: He has straight mousey blonde hair and a pitted face which suggests he has suffered from acne at some pointSEE ALL
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Negative - (negatiewe) :: I would therefore answer the first question posed in the negative
Neighbour - (buurman) :: The store and neighbouring areas were blocked off but no bombs were found on the site
Neighbourhood - (buurt) :: Though it is rarely discussed few argue that the poor and oppressed have the political capital necessary to compete for the federal funding and social programs that often go to wealthier cities and neighbourhoods
Neither - (nie) :: He disagrees but neither of us can fight the fact that things are weirdSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Nondescript - (onopvallende) :: They posed in hallways foyers in front of doors in generally nondescript spaces
Nonentity - (onding) :: Now it seems in order to cease being politically led nonentities councillors aspire to become politically led somebodies by virtue of paying themselves more and more
Nostalgia - (nostalgie) :: In electoral politics you either sell a promise for the future or nostalgia for the pastSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Parlour (salon) :: Nearly 200 residents visited the twoday exhibition at the mayors parlour organised by developers Wainhomes last Friday and Saturday
Guile (bedrog) :: This is a franchise making strides but it is still relying more on guile and guts than skill
Megalith (mega) :: The terraced square of rough stone blocks follows the terrain suggesting an odd reminiscence of prehistoric megaliths