catel

Catel vs Undefined - What's the difference?

catel | undefined |


As a noun catel

is (obsolete) property, as distinguished from rent or income.

As an adjective undefined is

lacking a definition or value.

Catel vs Syndicate - What's the difference?

catel | syndicate |


As nouns the difference between catel and syndicate

is that catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income while syndicate is a group of individuals or companies formed to transact some specific business, or to promote a common interest; a self-coordinating group.

As a verb syndicate is

to become a syndicate.

Catel vs Cadel - What's the difference?

catel | cadel |


As nouns the difference between catel and cadel

is that catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income while cadel is an ornate capital letter used in calligraphy consisting of interlacing pen strokes.

Catel vs Cantel - What's the difference?

catel | cantel |


As nouns the difference between catel and cantel

is that catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income while cantel is alternative form of cantle.

Terms vs Catel - What's the difference?

terms | catel |


As nouns the difference between terms and catel

is that terms is while catel is (obsolete) property, as distinguished from rent or income.

Cates vs Catel - What's the difference?

cates | catel |


As nouns the difference between cates and catel

is that cates is provisions; food; viands; especially, luxurious food; delicacies; dainties while catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income.

Capel vs Catel - What's the difference?

capel | catel |


As nouns the difference between capel and catel

is that capel is a horse while catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income.

Cater vs Catel - What's the difference?

cater | catel |


In obsolete terms the difference between cater and catel

is that cater is to cut diagonally while catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income.

As a verb cater

is to provide food professionally for a special occasion.

Catel vs Cartel - What's the difference?

catel | cartel |


As nouns the difference between catel and cartel

is that catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income while cartel is a group of businesses or nations that collude to limit competition within an industry or market.

Catel vs Cautel - What's the difference?

catel | cautel |


In obsolete terms the difference between catel and cautel

is that catel is property, as distinguished from rent or income while cautel is caution; prudence; wariness.

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