barded

Barned vs Barded - What's the difference?

barned | barded |


As a verb barned

is (barn).

As an adjective barded is

(of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

Boarded vs Barded - What's the difference?

boarded | barded |


As a verb boarded

is (board).

As an adjective barded is

(of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

Badded vs Barded - What's the difference?

badded | barded |


As a verb badded

is (bad).

As an adjective barded is

(of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

Bardee vs Barded - What's the difference?

bardee | barded |


As a noun bardee

is .

As an adjective barded is

(of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

Barked vs Barded - What's the difference?

barked | barded |


As a verb barked

is (bark).

As an adjective barded is

(of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

Barded vs Marded - What's the difference?

barded | marded |


As an adjective barded

is (of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

As a verb marded is

(mard).

Barded vs Bared - What's the difference?

barded | bared |


As an adjective barded

is (of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

As a verb bared is

(bare).

Bearded vs Barded - What's the difference?

bearded | barded |


As adjectives the difference between bearded and barded

is that bearded is having a beard while barded is (of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

As a verb bearded

is (beard).

Barded vs Barred - What's the difference?

barded | barred |


As adjectives the difference between barded and barred

is that barded is (of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor while barred is having bars; striped.

As a verb barred is

(bar).

Barded vs Barged - What's the difference?

barded | barged |


As an adjective barded

is (of a horse) accoutered with defensive armor.

As a verb barged is

(barge).

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