elsen

Elden vs Elsen - What's the difference?

elden | elsen |


As a verb elden

is (obsolete) to age, grow older.

As a noun elsen is

an awl, a pointed tool.

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.

Elmen vs Elsen - What's the difference?

elmen | elsen |


As an adjective elmen

is (rare|dialectal|or|archaic) of or pertaining to an elm tree.

As a noun elsen is

an awl, a pointed tool.

Elsen vs Elven - What's the difference?

elsen | elven |


As nouns the difference between elsen and elven

is that elsen is an awl, a pointed tool while elven is (obsolete) a female elf, a fairy, nymph or elven can be (lb) an elm.

As an adjective elven is

belonging to, or relating to, elves.

Ellen vs Elsen - What's the difference?

ellen | elsen |


As a proper noun ellen

is .

As a noun elsen is

an awl, a pointed tool.

Elsin vs Elsen - What's the difference?

elsin | elsen |


As nouns the difference between elsin and elsen

is that elsin is (uk|dialect) a shoemaker's awl while elsen is an awl, a pointed tool.

Else vs Elsen - What's the difference?

else | elsen |


As a proper noun else

is .

As a noun elsen is

an awl, a pointed tool.