abbey

Abbacy vs Abbey - What's the difference?

abbacy | abbey |


As a noun abbacy

is the dignity, estate, term, or jurisdiction of an abbot or abbess .

As a proper noun abbey is

.

Josh vs Abbey - What's the difference?

josh | abbey |


As a noun josh

is good natured banter.

As a verb josh

is to tease someone in a kindly fashion.

As a proper noun abbey is

.

Manor vs Abbey - What's the difference?

manor | abbey |


As a noun manor

is a landed estate.

As a proper noun abbey is

.

Abbey vs Minster - What's the difference?

abbey | minster |


As a proper noun abbey

is .

As a noun minster is

a monastic church.

Monks vs Abbey - What's the difference?

monks | abbey |


As a noun monks

is .

As a proper noun abbey is

.

Abbey vs Cathedral - What's the difference?

abbey | cathedral | Synonyms |

Abbey is a synonym of cathedral.


As a proper noun abbey

is .

As a noun cathedral is

a big church building, central place for some area.

Wikidiffcom vs Abbey - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | abbey |


As a proper noun abbey is

.

Abbey vs Chapel - What's the difference?

abbey | chapel | Synonyms |

Abbey is a synonym of chapel.


As a proper noun abbey

is .

As a noun chapel is

a place of worship, smaller than, or subordinate to a church.

As an adjective chapel is

(in wales) describing a person who attends a nonconformist chapel.

As a verb chapel is

(nautical|transitive) to cause (a ship taken aback in a light breeze) to turn or make a circuit so as to recover, without bracing the yards, the same tack on which she had been sailing.

Abbey vs Ab - What's the difference?

abbey | ab |


As a proper noun abbey

is .

As a verb ab is

(first person singular present form of the negation verb).

Manse vs Abbey - What's the difference?

manse | abbey |


As proper nouns the difference between manse and abbey

is that manse is commonly used nickname of the city of tampere, in finland (pop 200,000) while abbey is .

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