anorn

Terms vs Anorn - What's the difference?

terms | anorn |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb anorn is

(obsolete) to adorn.

Anorn vs Adorn - What's the difference?

anorn | adorn |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between anorn and adorn

is that anorn is (obsolete) to adorn while adorn is (obsolete) adornment.

As verbs the difference between anorn and adorn

is that anorn is (obsolete) to adorn while adorn is to make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate.

As a noun adorn is

(obsolete) adornment.

Anorn vs Norn - What's the difference?

anorn | norn |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between anorn and norn

is that anorn is (obsolete) to adorn while norn is (obsolete) to call.

As verbs the difference between anorn and norn

is that anorn is (obsolete) to adorn while norn is (obsolete) to mourn; complain.

Anoon vs Anorn - What's the difference?

anoon | anorn |


As an adverb anoon

is immediately, straightaway.

As a verb anorn is

(obsolete) to adorn.

Anorn vs Aborn - What's the difference?

anorn | aborn |


As verbs the difference between anorn and aborn

is that anorn is (obsolete) to adorn while aborn is .

As an adjective aborn is

born, begotten, created, developed.

Anon vs Anorn - What's the difference?

anon | anorn |


As a noun anon

is young donkey, donkey foal.

As a verb anorn is

(obsolete) to adorn.

Anorn vs Unorn - What's the difference?

anorn | unorn |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between anorn and unorn

is that anorn is (obsolete) to adorn while unorn is (obsolete) old; worn out; feeble.

As a verb anorn

is (obsolete) to adorn.

As an adjective unorn is

(obsolete) old; worn out; feeble.

Acorn vs Anorn - What's the difference?

acorn | anorn |


As a noun acorn

is the fruit of the oak, being an oval nut growing in a woody cup or cupule.

As a verb anorn is

(obsolete) to adorn.