baze

Bays vs Baze - What's the difference?

bays | baze |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between bays and baze

is that bays is (obsolete) baize while baze is (obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

As verbs the difference between bays and baze

is that bays is (bay) while baze is (obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

As a noun bays

is or bays can be (obsolete) baize.

Veil vs Baze - What's the difference?

veil | baze |


As verbs the difference between veil and baze

is that veil is to don, or garb with, a veil while baze is (obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

As a noun veil

is something hung up, or spread out, to hide an object from view; usually of gauze, crape, or similar diaphanous material, to hide or protect the face.

Wikidiffcom vs Baze - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | baze |


As a verb baze is

(obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

Baza vs Baze - What's the difference?

baza | baze |


As a noun baza

is any of three species of small, crested hawks in the genus aviceda .

As a verb baze is

(obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

Naze vs Baze - What's the difference?

naze | baze |


As a noun naze

is a promontory or headland see ness.

As a verb baze is

(obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

Baze vs Babe - What's the difference?

baze | babe |


As a verb baze

is (obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

As a noun babe is

father, daddy.

Gaze vs Baze - What's the difference?

gaze | baze |


As a noun gaze

is gauze.

As a verb baze is

(obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

Bace vs Baze - What's the difference?

bace | baze |


As verbs the difference between bace and baze

is that bace is while baze is (obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

As a noun bace

is (rare) a blow; a drubbing or bace can be .

As an adjective bace

is .

Maze vs Baze - What's the difference?

maze | baze |


As a noun maze

is cream (cheese), quantity.

As a verb baze is

(obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

Bake vs Baze - What's the difference?

bake | baze |


As a noun bake

is nautical traffic sign or buoy.

As a verb baze is

(obsolete) to stupefy; frighten; alarm.

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