armet

Wikidiffcom vs Armet - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | armet |


As a noun armet is

a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

Armet vs Armlet - What's the difference?

armet | armlet |


As nouns the difference between armet and armlet

is that armet is a type of mediaeval full-face helmet while armlet is a band that is worn on the arm that for ornamental or identification purposes.

Terms vs Armet - What's the difference?

terms | armet |


As nouns the difference between terms and armet

is that terms is while armet is a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

Areet vs Armet - What's the difference?

areet | armet |


As an interjection areet

is (northern england).

As an adjective areet

is (northern england).

As a noun armet is

a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

Armet vs Aret - What's the difference?

armet | aret |


As a noun armet

is a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

As a verb aret is

(obsolete) to impute (something) as a fault to or upon someone.

Ramet vs Armet - What's the difference?

ramet | armet |


As nouns the difference between ramet and armet

is that ramet is (botany) a clone (individual member of a genet) while armet is a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

Armet vs Armeth - What's the difference?

armet | armeth |


As a noun armet

is a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

As a verb armeth is

(archaic) third-person singular present simple form of arm .

Armest vs Armet - What's the difference?

armest | armet |


As a verb armest

is (arm).

As a noun armet is

a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

Armed vs Armet - What's the difference?

armed | armet |


As an adjective armed

is (sometimes|in combination) equipped, especially with a weapon or armed can be (chiefly|in combination) having an arm or arms, often of a specified number or type.

As a verb armed

is (arm).

As a noun armet is

a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

Helmet vs Armet - What's the difference?

helmet | armet |


As nouns the difference between helmet and armet

is that helmet is a protective head covering while armet is a type of mediaeval full-face helmet.

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