alec

Alec - What does it mean?

alec | |

Alew vs Alec - What's the difference?

alew | alec |


As nouns the difference between alew and alec

is that alew is (obsolete|rare) a cry of despair while alec is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried.

Ales vs Alec - What's the difference?

ales | alec |


As an acronym ales

is .

As a noun alec is

an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried.

Alc vs Alec - What's the difference?

alc | alec |


As nouns the difference between alc and alec

is that alc is while alec is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried.

Alec vs Plec - What's the difference?

alec | plec |


As nouns the difference between alec and plec

is that alec is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried while plec is pleco (tropical fish).

Alec vs Ale - What's the difference?

alec | ale |


As a noun alec

is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried.

As an interjection ale is

let's go!, come on!.

Alec vs Alee - What's the difference?

alec | alee |


As a noun alec

is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried.

As a verb alee is

.

Alec vs Alef - What's the difference?

alec | alef |


As nouns the difference between alec and alef

is that alec is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried while alef is .

Alecy vs Alec - What's the difference?

alecy | alec | Derived terms |

Alecy is a derived term of alec.

Sauce vs Alec - What's the difference?

sauce | alec |


As nouns the difference between sauce and alec

is that sauce is a liquid (often thickened) condiment or accompaniment to food while alec is an anchovy or herring, especially pickled or dried.

As a verb sauce

is to add sauce to; to season.

As a suffix sauce

is (slang) an intensifying suffix.

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