cote

Say vs Cote - What's the difference?

say | cote |


As proper nouns the difference between say and cote

is that say is while cote is .

Cote vs Surcoat - What's the difference?

cote | surcoat |


As a proper noun cote

is .

As a noun surcoat is

a loose garment without sleeves worn over a suit of armor, sometimes colored or embroidered with the wearer's coat of arms.

Cote - What does it mean?

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Coop vs Cote - What's the difference?

coop | cote | Related terms |

Coop is a related term of cote.


As a noun coop

is a pen or enclosure for birds or coop can be .

As a verb coop

is to keep in a coop.

As a proper noun cote is

.

Enclosure vs Cote - What's the difference?

enclosure | cote | Related terms |

Enclosure is a related term of cote.


As a noun enclosure

is (countable) something enclosed, ie inserted into a letter or similar package.

As a proper noun cote is

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Hutch vs Cote - What's the difference?

hutch | cote | Synonyms |

Hutch is a synonym of cote.


As a noun hutch

is a cage in which a rabbit or rabbits are kept.

As a verb hutch

is to hoard or lay up, in a chest.

As a proper noun cote is

.

Wikidiffcom vs Cote - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | cote |


As a proper noun cote is

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Cote vs Stall - What's the difference?

cote | stall | Related terms |

Cote is a related term of stall.


As a proper noun cote

is .

As a noun stall is

a stand (device to hold something upright or aloft).

As a verb stall is

.

Cote vs Crib - What's the difference?

cote | crib | Related terms |

Cote is a related term of crib.


As a proper noun cote

is .

As a noun crib is

(us) a baby’s bed (british and australasian cot) with high, often slatted, often moveable sides, suitable for a child who has outgrown a cradle or bassinet.

As a verb crib is

to place or confine in a crib.

Sty vs Cote - What's the difference?

sty | cote | Related terms |

Sty is a related term of cote.


As an adjective sty

is hundredth.

As a proper noun cote is

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