begirt

Begirt vs Begift - What's the difference?

begirt | begift |


As verbs the difference between begirt and begift

is that begirt is (obsolete) to surround or enclose while begift is to entrust; endow.

Begird vs Begirt - What's the difference?

begird | begirt |


As verbs the difference between begird and begirt

is that begird is to bind with a band or girdle while begirt is (obsolete) to surround or enclose.

Bedirt vs Begirt - What's the difference?

bedirt | begirt |


As verbs the difference between bedirt and begirt

is that bedirt is to cover or defile with dirt while begirt is (obsolete) to surround or enclose.

Belirt vs Begirt - What's the difference?

belirt | begirt |


As verbs the difference between belirt and begirt

is that belirt is to deceive; beguile while begirt is (obsolete) to surround or enclose.

Enclose vs Begirt - What's the difference?

enclose | begirt |


As verbs the difference between enclose and begirt

is that enclose is to surround with a wall, fence, etc while begirt is (obsolete) to surround or enclose.

Surround vs Begirt - What's the difference?

surround | begirt |


As verbs the difference between surround and begirt

is that surround is (label) to encircle something or simultaneously extend in all directions while begirt is (obsolete) to surround or enclose.

As a noun surround

is (british) anything, such as a fence or border, that surrounds something.