Aret vs Arent - What's the difference?

aret | arent |


As a verb aret

is (obsolete) to impute (something) as a fault to or upon someone.

As a noun arent is

a kind of anthropogenic soil, with deep mixing due to ploughing, digging, etc.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

aret

English

Alternative forms

* arret

Verb

(arett)
  • (obsolete) To impute (something) as a fault to or upon someone.
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    arent

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A kind of anthropogenic soil, with deep mixing due to ploughing, digging, etc.
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