dayer

Dayes vs Dayer - What's the difference?

dayes | dayer |


As a proper noun dayes

is .

As a noun dayer is

(in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

Dayer vs Dayed - What's the difference?

dayer | dayed |


As a noun dayer

is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

As a verb dayed is

(day).

Dayer vs Dayee - What's the difference?

dayer | dayee |


As nouns the difference between dayer and dayee

is that dayer is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days while dayee is or dayee can be (rare|india) midwife.

As an interjection dayee is

(australia|dated) an ellipsis of good day.

Dayer vs Daker - What's the difference?

dayer | daker |


As nouns the difference between dayer and daker

is that dayer is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days while daker is (obsolete|legal|uk|scotland) a measure of certain commodities by number, usually ten or twelve, but sometimes twenty; as, a daker of hides consisted of ten skins; a daker of gloves of ten pairs.

Dayer vs Darer - What's the difference?

dayer | darer |


As nouns the difference between dayer and darer

is that dayer is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days while darer is .

As a verb darer is

.

Gayer vs Dayer - What's the difference?

gayer | dayer |


As a proper noun gayer

is .

As a noun dayer is

(in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

Layer vs Dayer - What's the difference?

layer | dayer |


As nouns the difference between layer and dayer

is that layer is a single thickness of some material covering a surface while dayer is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

As a verb layer

is (ambitransitive) to cut or divide (something) into layers.

Dayer vs Sayer - What's the difference?

dayer | sayer |


As a noun dayer

is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

As a proper noun sayer is

common in sussex.

Dryer vs Dayer - What's the difference?

dryer | dayer |


As nouns the difference between dryer and dayer

is that dryer is a household appliance that removes the water from clothing by accelerating evaporation, usually though heat and a tumbling motion while dayer is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

As an adjective dryer

is (us).

Dayer vs Payer - What's the difference?

dayer | payer |


As a noun dayer

is (in combination) something lasting a specified number of days.

As a verb payer is

to pay.

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