dir

Dir vs Knight - What's the difference?

dir | knight |


As a pronoun dir

is second-person formal, nominative : you.

As a proper noun knight is

an english status surname for someone who was a mounted soldier.

Dir vs A - What's the difference?

dir | a |


As a pronoun dir

is second-person formal, nominative : you.

As a letter a is

the letter a with a tilde.

Ls vs Dir - What's the difference?

ls | dir |


As a noun ls

is .

As a pronoun dir is

second-person formal, nominative : you.

Dich vs Dir - What's the difference?

dich | dir |


As a verb dich

is .

As a pronoun dir is

second-person formal, nominative : you.

Perish vs Dir - What's the difference?

perish | dir |


As a verb perish

is to pass away; to come to naught; to waste away; to decay and disappear.

As a pronoun dir is

second-person formal, nominative : you.

Dir - What does it mean?

dir | |

Din vs Dir - What's the difference?

din | dir |


As a noun din

is or din can be dyne.

As a pronoun dir is

second-person formal, nominative : you.

Eir vs Dir - What's the difference?

eir | dir |


As a proper noun eir

is eir, old norse goddess of medicine.

As a pronoun dir is

second-person formal, nominative : you.

Diz vs Dir - What's the difference?

diz | dir |


As a verb diz

is (de).

As a pronoun dir is

second-person formal, nominative : you.

Dir vs Dur - What's the difference?

dir | dur |


As a pronoun dir

is second-person formal, nominative : you.

As a noun dur is

major.

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