Definitions

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  • n. Darling.

Etymologies

From Welsh cariad. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Ok, "cariad", you think your thoughts, I will think mine.

    Its Bonkers,Just Bonkers

  • Mae bandiau indie pync yn iawn, ond y bandiau dwi'n wirioneddol wirioni arnyn nhw ydi bandiau indie "gwlyb" fel y mae un ffrind yn mynnu eu disgrifio - Bandiau indie pop, sy'n canu caneuon gyda alawon catchy, offerynnau 70au, a geiriau am gael eich bwlio yn yr ysgol a methu ffeindio cariad.

    Cerddoriaeth newydd

  • Ai yw'r aelodau sydd yn dal i deimlo cariad tuag at y Gymraeg yn rhy hen ffasiwn i ddeall y cysyniad o flogio?

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • He came to Caersws a few years ago to do some programme and asked an elderly lady "You lived here all your life, cariad?"

    Good Luck Joe

  • Mae galwad Duw yn dod i ni heddiw, galwad i ateb ein Creawdwr a'n Hiachawdwr mewn cariad a llawenydd yn yr awr hon ac yfory.

    Cenedl, Cymuned, Cyfiwander - Sermon at the Eisteddfod

  • “Cwpanaid o de, cariad?” said Aunt Jen, when she saw him.

    The Grey King

  • This is for you, Eurwyn, cariad, she thought as she brought it down on the top bar of the gate.

    Truly

  • "That was incredibly brave of you, cariad," he said.

    Truly

  • "Do we have a child growing here, cariad?" he asked her softly.

    Truly

  • Get yourself down to Earth as soon as you can, cariad.

    The Rowan

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