Word: wreaths

Category: wreaths

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Related words: wreaths

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Translations: wreaths

spanish
coronas, guirnaldas, coronas de flores, guirnaldas de, coronas de


german
kränze, gebinde

french
couronnes, des couronnes, guirlandes, couronnes de, gerbes

italian
corone, ghirlande, corone di, corone di fiori, le corone

portuguese
grinaldas, coroas de flores, coroas, Guirlandas de

dutch
kransen, kronen, kronen van, krans

russian
венки, венков, цветы, венками, венцы

norwegian
kranser, kransene, krans

swedish
kransar, kranar, krans

finnish
seppeleet, Kranssit, seppeleitä, Kukkaisseppeleet

danish
kranse, krans

czech
věnce, věnců, vence, věnečky, věnec

polish
wieńce, wianki, wieńców, Wreaths, Stroiki

hungarian
koszorúk, koszorúkat, koszorút, koszorú, koszorúval

turkish
çelenkler, çelenk, çelenkleri, Cenaze Çelenkleri, bilgileri Çelenkler

greek
στεφάνια, στέφανα, στεφάνια για την, στεφάνια για, τα στεφάνια

ukrainian
вінки

albanian
kurora, kurora e, rrjetëzat, kurora lulesh, kurora të

bulgarian
венци, на венци, венците, венец

belarusian
вянкі

estonian
pärjad, pärgade, Toalilled, pärgade asetamise, vanikud

croatian
vijenci, vijence, vijenaca, opleta, vijenac

icelandic
kransar, blómfestar, sveigum

lithuanian
vainikai, vainikus, vainikų, vainikais

latvian
vainagi, vainagiem, vainagus

macedonian
венци, Венците, цвеќе, свежо цвеќе

romanian
coroane de flori, coroane, coroane de, coronite, coronițe

slovenian
venci, venčki, vence, vencev, pogrebni venci

slovak
vence, venca, klietky, veniec, vencov

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The meaning and "use of": wreaths

noun
  • an arrangement of flowers, leaves, or stems fastened in a ring and used for decoration or for laying on a grave.
  • a snowdrift.

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