amae

Ama vs Amae - What's the difference?

ama | amae |


As a verb ama

is to love.

As a noun amae is

childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one.

Amas vs Amae - What's the difference?

amas | amae |


As an adverb amas

is also, too.

As a noun amae is

childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one.

Amay vs Amae - What's the difference?

amay | amae |


As a verb amay

is (transitive|and|intransitive|obsolete) to dismay; confound; be dismayed.

As a noun amae is

childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one.

Amae vs Alae - What's the difference?

amae | alae |


As nouns the difference between amae and alae

is that amae is childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one while alae is .

Amae vs Amah - What's the difference?

amae | amah |


As nouns the difference between amae and amah

is that amae is childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one while amah is a woman employed to look after children in india; a wet nurse.

Amate vs Amae - What's the difference?

amate | amae |


As nouns the difference between amate and amae

is that amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees while amae is childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one.

As a verb amate

is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

Amaze vs Amae - What's the difference?

amaze | amae |


As nouns the difference between amaze and amae

is that amaze is while amae is childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one.

As a verb amaze

is (obsolete) to stupefy; to knock unconscious.