cane

Cane vs Canne - What's the difference?

cane | canne |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a verb canne is

.

Cane vs Gane - What's the difference?

cane | gane |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a verb gane is

.

Cane vs Cene - What's the difference?

cane | cene |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a noun cene is

holy communion.

Cane vs Cine - What's the difference?

cane | cine |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a verb cine is

.

Cane vs Cans - What's the difference?

cane | cans |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a noun cans is

.

As a verb cans is

(can).

Cane vs Jane - What's the difference?

cane | jane |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a verb jane is

.

Cane vs Cate - What's the difference?

cane | cate |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a noun cate is

castle.

Cane vs Fane - What's the difference?

cane | fane |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a verb fane is

.

As an adjective fane is

faded.

Cane vs Cone - What's the difference?

cane | cone |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a noun cone is

cone.

Cane vs Wane - What's the difference?

cane | wane |


As a proper noun cane

is (linguistics).

As a noun wane is

a gradual diminution in power, value, intensity etc or wane can be (scotland|slang) a child or wane can be (chiefly|northern england|and|scotland|obsolete) a house or dwelling.

As a verb wane is

(label) to progressively lose its splendor, value, ardor, power, intensity etc; to decline.

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