apeth

Gapeth vs Apeth - What's the difference?

gapeth | apeth |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between gapeth and apeth

is that gapeth is (archaic) (gape) while apeth is (archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

As verbs the difference between gapeth and apeth

is that gapeth is (archaic) (gape) while apeth is (archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

As a noun apeth is

a halfpennyworth.

Apeth vs Ageth - What's the difference?

apeth | ageth |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between apeth and ageth

is that apeth is (archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape while ageth is (archaic) (age).

As verbs the difference between apeth and ageth

is that apeth is (archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape while ageth is (archaic) (age).

As a noun apeth

is a halfpennyworth.

Person vs Apeth - What's the difference?

person | apeth |


As nouns the difference between person and apeth

is that person is an individual; usually a human being while apeth is a halfpennyworth.

As verbs the difference between person and apeth

is that person is (obsolete|transitive) to represent as a person; to personify; to impersonate while apeth is (archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

Foolish vs Apeth - What's the difference?

foolish | apeth |


As an adjective foolish

is lacking good sense or judgement; unwise.

As a noun apeth is

a halfpennyworth.

As a verb apeth is

(archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

Silly vs Apeth - What's the difference?

silly | apeth |


As nouns the difference between silly and apeth

is that silly is (colloquial) a silly person; a fool while apeth is a halfpennyworth.

As an adjective silly

is (label) pitiable; deserving of compassion; helpless.

As a verb apeth is

(archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

Affectionate vs Apeth - What's the difference?

affectionate | apeth |


As verbs the difference between affectionate and apeth

is that affectionate is (rare) to show affection to; to have affection for while apeth is (archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.

As an adjective affectionate

is (of a person) having affection or warm regard; loving; fond.

As a noun apeth is

a halfpennyworth.

Halfpennyworth vs Apeth - What's the difference?

halfpennyworth | apeth |


As nouns the difference between halfpennyworth and apeth

is that halfpennyworth is (british) as much as could be bought for a halfpenny (pre- or post-decimalisation) while apeth is a halfpennyworth.

As a verb apeth is

(archaic) third-person singular]] simple present of [[ape#verb|to ape.