bebay

Bebay vs Begay - What's the difference?

bebay | begay |


As a verb bebay

is (rare|transitive) to bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround.

As a proper noun begay is

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Bebay vs Beray - What's the difference?

bebay | beray |


As verbs the difference between bebay and beray

is that bebay is (rare|transitive) to bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround while beray is to make foul; befoul; soil.

Bebay vs Beway - What's the difference?

bebay | beway |


As a verb bebay

is (rare|transitive) to bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround.

As a conjunction beway is

(dialectal|ireland|scotland|us) by way; because.

As a noun beway is

(rare) movement; sway; influence.

Bebay vs Bebar - What's the difference?

bebay | bebar |


As verbs the difference between bebay and bebar

is that bebay is (rare|transitive) to bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround while bebar is to put a bar around; bar about; debar.

Bebay vs Besay - What's the difference?

bebay | besay |


As verbs the difference between bebay and besay

is that bebay is (rare|transitive) to bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround while besay is to say about (someone or something); get something across verbally or by saying; relay; signify; declare.

Bebay vs Belay - What's the difference?

bebay | belay |


As verbs the difference between bebay and belay

is that bebay is (rare|transitive) to bay around or about; embay; hem in; surround while belay is (obsolete) to surround; environ; inclose.

As a noun belay is

(climbing) the securing of a rope to a rock or other projection.