behove

Behove - What does it mean?

behove | |

Behove vs Benefit - What's the difference?

behove | benefit |


As verbs the difference between behove and benefit

is that behove is to suit; to befit while benefit is to be or to provide a benefit to.

As a noun benefit is

an advantage, help, sake or aid from something.

Behove vs Incumbent - What's the difference?

behove | incumbent |


As a verb behove

is to suit; to befit.

As an adjective incumbent is

imposed on someone as an obligation, especially due to one's office.

As a noun incumbent is

the current holder of an office, such as ecclesiastical benefice or an elected office.

Behove vs Behooveampflash - What's the difference?

behove | behooveampflash |

Behove vs Belove - What's the difference?

behove | belove |


As verbs the difference between behove and belove

is that behove is to suit; to befit while belove is or belove can be (obsolete) to please.

Behave vs Behove - What's the difference?

behave | behove |


As verbs the difference between behave and behove

is that behave is (label) to conduct (oneself) well, or in a given way while behove is to suit; to befit.

Behoved vs Behove - What's the difference?

behoved | behove |


As verbs the difference between behoved and behove

is that behoved is (behove) while behove is to suit; to befit.

Behope vs Behove - What's the difference?

behope | behove |


As verbs the difference between behope and behove

is that behope is to hope while behove is to suit; to befit.

Behove vs Behote - What's the difference?

behove | behote |


As verbs the difference between behove and behote

is that behove is to suit; to befit while behote is .

Taxonomy vs Behove - What's the difference?

taxonomy | behove |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As a verb behove is

to suit; to befit.

Pages