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Ake vs Akee - What's the difference?

ake | akee |


As a proper noun ake

is a nigerian language.

As a noun akee is

a tropical evergreen tree, (taxlink), related to the lychee and longan.

Ake vs Ale - What's the difference?

ake | ale |


As a proper noun ake

is a nigerian language.

As an interjection ale is

let's go!, come on!.

Ake vs Eke - What's the difference?

ake | eke |


As verbs the difference between ake and eke

is that ake is an archaic spelling of lang=en while eke is to increase; to add to, augment, lengthen.

As adverbs the difference between ake and eke

is that ake is forever while eke is also.

As a proper noun Ake

is a Nigerian Plateau language language.

As a noun eke is

an addition.

Oke vs Ake - What's the difference?

oke | ake |


As a noun oke

is (historical|or|obsolete) a turkish, egyptian, hungarian and wallachian unit of weight, equal to about 2 & 3/4 lbs or oke can be (south africa|slang) man; guy; bloke.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Awe vs Ake - What's the difference?

awe | ake |


As a noun awe

is a feeling of fear and reverence.

As a verb awe

is to inspire fear and reverence in.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Ape vs Ake - What's the difference?

ape | ake |


As verbs the difference between ape and ake

is that ape is to behave like an ape while ake is an archaic spelling of lang=en.

As a noun ape

is a primate of the clade Hominoidea, generally larger than monkeys and distinguished from them by having no tail.

As an adjective ape

is wild; crazy.

As an adverb ake is

forever.

As a proper noun Ake is

a Nigerian Plateau language language.

Sake vs Ake - What's the difference?

sake | ake |


As a noun sake

is cause, interest or account.

As a verb ake is

an archaic spelling of lang=en.

As an adverb ake is

forever.

As a proper noun Ake is

a Nigerian Plateau language language.

Lake vs Ake - What's the difference?

lake | ake |


As a noun lake

is , valley.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Cake vs Ake - What's the difference?

cake | ake |


As a noun cake

is a rich, sweet dessert food, typically made of flour, sugar and eggs and baked in an oven, and often covered in icing.

As a verb cake

is coat (something) with a crust of solid material or cake can be (uk|dialect|obsolete|intransitive) to cackle like a goose.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Wake vs Ake - What's the difference?

wake | ake |


As proper nouns the difference between wake and ake

is that wake is while ake is a nigerian language.

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