Word: croon

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Synonyms: croon

sing softly, hum, warble, trill

Translations: croon

spanish
canturrear


german
leise singen, Barden, Schnulze, schmalzen

french
gémir, chantonner, fredonner

italian
canticchiare sottovoce, Croon, cantilena, canto sommesso, canto sommesso che

portuguese
cantarolar, sussurro, murmúrio, cantas

dutch
neuriën, Croon, zacht gezang, van Croon

russian
напевать, мурлыкать

norwegian
Croon

swedish
Croon, nynna, nynnande sång

finnish
hyräily, hyräillä, Croon, hymistä

danish
Croon, nynne

czech
lkát, naříkat

polish
przyśpiewywać, pośpiewywać, nucenie, jęk, zawodzić, ...

hungarian
dúdol, Croon, zümmög, dúdolás

turkish
mırıldanmak, Croon, şarkı mırıldamak, Croon YORUMLARI, Croon ve

greek
μουρμουρίζω, σιγοτραγουδώ, τραγουδώ αισθηματικά

ukrainian
крон

albanian
këndoj nën zë, këngë nën zë

bulgarian
тихо тананикане, напявам, тананикам тихо

belarusian
напяваць, спяваць, напяваючы

estonian
ümisema

croatian
pjevušenje

lithuanian
niūniuoti, Dungot, Nucenie, Dungošana, Nucić

latvian
dungot, dungošana

romanian
fredona, fredona încet

slovenian
Pjevušenje, Croon, Tiho petje

slovak
ticho, potichu, tíško

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The meaning and "use of": croon

verb
  • hum or sing in a soft, low voice, especially in a sentimental manner.

noun
  • a soft, low voice or tone.

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