aisles

Aisles - What does it mean?

aisles | |

Nave vs Aisles - What's the difference?

nave | aisles |


As a noun nave

is (human) hand.

As a verb aisles is

.

Hallway vs Aisles - What's the difference?

hallway | aisles |


As a noun hallway

is a corridor in a building that connects rooms.

As a verb aisles is

.

Aisles vs Corridor - What's the difference?

aisles | corridor |


As a verb aisles

is .

As a noun corridor is

a narrow hall or passage with rooms leading off it, for example in railway carriages (see ).

Aisles vs Misles - What's the difference?

aisles | misles |


As verbs the difference between aisles and misles

is that aisles is while misles is (misle).

Isles vs Aisles - What's the difference?

isles | aisles |


As a noun isles

is .

As a verb aisles is

.

Gisles vs Aisles - What's the difference?

gisles | aisles |


As a noun gisles

is .

As a verb aisles is

.

Aisles vs Aisled - What's the difference?

aisles | aisled |


As a noun aisles

is .

As an adjective aisled is

having aisles.

Gangways vs Aisles - What's the difference?

gangways | aisles |


As nouns the difference between gangways and aisles

is that gangways is (gangway) while aisles is (aisle).