elfen

Elden vs Elfen - What's the difference?

elden | elfen |


As a verb elden

is (obsolete) to age, grow older.

As an adjective elfen is

belonging to, or relating to, elves.

Elsen vs Elfen - What's the difference?

elsen | elfen |


As a noun elsen

is an awl, a pointed tool.

As an adjective elfen is

belonging to, or relating to, elves.

Elfen vs Elven - What's the difference?

elfen | elven |


As adjectives the difference between elfen and elven

is that elfen is belonging to, or relating to, elves while elven is belonging to, or relating to, elves.

As a noun elven is

(obsolete) a female elf, a fairy, nymph or elven can be (lb) an elm.

Elfen vs Elfe - What's the difference?

elfen | elfe |


As an adjective elfen

is belonging to, or relating to, elves.

As a noun elfe is

a female elf, a fairy, nymph.

Elfen vs Eofen - What's the difference?

elfen | eofen |


As an adjective elfen

is belonging to, or relating to, elves.

As a noun eofen is

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Ellen vs Elfen - What's the difference?

ellen | elfen |


As a proper noun ellen

is .

As an adjective elfen is

belonging to, or relating to, elves.

Elfen vs Elmen - What's the difference?

elfen | elmen |


As adjectives the difference between elfen and elmen

is that elfen is belonging to, or relating to, elves while elmen is (rare|dialectal|or|archaic) of or pertaining to an elm tree.

Elfen vs Elfin - What's the difference?

elfen | elfin |


As adjectives the difference between elfen and elfin

is that elfen is belonging to, or relating to, elves while elfin is relating to or resembling an elf, especially in its tiny size or features.

As a noun elfin is

an elf; an inhabitant of fairy-land.