dell

Dingle vs Dell - What's the difference?

dingle | dell |

Dingle is a synonym of dell.


As nouns the difference between dingle and dell

is that dingle is a small, narrow or enclosed, usually wooded valley while dell is valley.

Wench vs Dell - What's the difference?

wench | dell |


As nouns the difference between wench and dell

is that wench is (archaic) a young woman, especially a servant while dell is valley.

As a verb wench

is to frequent prostitutes; to womanize.

Dell vs Dale - What's the difference?

dell | dale | Synonyms |

Dale is a synonym of dell.

Dell is a synonym of dale.


As nouns the difference between dell and dale

is that dell is valley while dale is (uk) a valley in an otherwise hilly area.

What is the difference between dell and valley?

dell | valley |

Dell is a see also of valley.


As nouns the difference between dell and valley

is that dell is valley while valley is an elongated depression between hills or mountains, often with a river flowing through it.

What is the difference between dell and aunt?

dell | aunt | Derived terms |

Dell is a derived term of aunt.


As nouns the difference between dell and aunt

is that dell is valley while aunt is a sister or sister-in-law of someone’s parent.

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