abjugate

Abjugate vs Abjugated - What's the difference?

abjugate | abjugated |


As verbs the difference between abjugate and abjugated

is that abjugate is (obsolete|transitive) to unyoke; set free; uncouple while abjugated is (abjugate).

Abjugate vs Adjugate - What's the difference?

abjugate | adjugate |


As verbs the difference between abjugate and adjugate

is that abjugate is (obsolete|transitive) to unyoke; set free; uncouple while adjugate is (obsolete) to yoke an animal to something.

As a noun adjugate is

(mathematics) the transpose of the respective cofactor matrix, for a given matrix one of the factors in calculating the inverse of a matrix commonly notated as adj(a'), where ' a is the given matrix.

What is the difference between bailey and abjugate?

bailey | abjugate |


As a noun bailey

is the outer wall of a feudal castle.

As a verb abjugate is

{{context|obsolete|lang=en}} to unyoke - bailey.

What is the difference between unyoke and abjugate?

unyoke | abjugate |


As verbs the difference between unyoke and abjugate

is that unyoke is {{context|transitive|lang=en}} to release something from a yoke or harness while abjugate is {{context|obsolete|lang=en}} to unyoke - bailey.