crownedst

Crownedst vs Crownest - What's the difference?

crownedst | crownest |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between crownedst and crownest

is that crownedst is (archaic) second-person singular past form of to crown while crownest is (archaic) (crown).

As verbs the difference between crownedst and crownest

is that crownedst is (archaic) second-person singular past form of to crown while crownest is (archaic) (crown).

Hebrews vs Crownedst - What's the difference?

hebrews | crownedst |

Crown vs Crownedst - What's the difference?

crown | crownedst |


As verbs the difference between crown and crownedst

is that crown is to place a crown on the head of or crown can be (obsolete) while crownedst is (archaic) second-person singular past form of to crown .

As a noun crown

is a royal, imperial or princely headdress; a diadem.

As an adjective crown

is of, related to, or pertaining to a crown.

Past vs Crownedst - What's the difference?

past | crownedst |


As a noun past

is the period of time that has already happened, in contrast to the present and the future.

As an adjective past

is having already happened; in the past; finished.

As an adverb past

is in a direction that passes.

As a preposition past

is beyond in place, quantity or time.

As a verb crownedst is

(archaic) second-person singular past form of to crown .