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Amated vs Amate - What's the difference?

amated | amate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between amated and amate

is that amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused while amate is (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As verbs the difference between amated and amate

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

As an adjective amated

is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

As a noun amate is

paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

Alated vs Amated - What's the difference?

alated | amated |


As adjectives the difference between alated and amated

is that alated is alate while amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

As a verb amated is

(obsolete) (amate).

Amated vs Abated - What's the difference?

amated | abated |


As verbs the difference between amated and abated

is that amated is (obsolete) (amate) while abated is (abate).

As an adjective amated

is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

Hamated vs Amated - What's the difference?

hamated | amated |


As adjectives the difference between hamated and amated

is that hamated is hooked, or set with hooks; hamate while amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

As a verb amated is

(obsolete) (amate).

Amated vs Mated - What's the difference?

amated | mated |


As verbs the difference between amated and mated

is that amated is (obsolete) (amate) while mated is (mate).

As adjectives the difference between amated and mated

is that amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused while mated is fitted together or interlocked.

Amazed vs Amated - What's the difference?

amazed | amated |


As adjectives the difference between amazed and amated

is that amazed is astonished; confounded with fear, surprise, or wonder; greatly surprised while amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

As verbs the difference between amazed and amated

is that amazed is (amaze) while amated is (obsolete) (amate).

Amated vs Amates - What's the difference?

amated | amates |


As a verb amated

is (obsolete) (amate).

As an adjective amated

is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

As a noun amates is

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Confused vs Amated - What's the difference?

confused | amated |


As verbs the difference between confused and amated

is that confused is (confuse) while amated is (obsolete) (amate).

As adjectives the difference between confused and amated

is that confused is (lb) unable to think clearly or understand while amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.