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Elf vs Elve - What's the difference?

elf | elve |


As an initialism elf

is (a radical environmentalism group).

As a noun elve is

(astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

Delve vs Elve - What's the difference?

delve | elve |


As nouns the difference between delve and elve

is that delve is a pit or den while elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

As a verb delve

is to dig the ground, especially with a shovel.

Elke vs Elve - What's the difference?

elke | elve |


As nouns the difference between elke and elve

is that elke is the european wild or whistling swan (cygnus ferus ) while elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

Elve vs Elven - What's the difference?

elve | elven |


As nouns the difference between elve and elven

is that elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity 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.

Elne vs Elve - What's the difference?

elne | elve |


As nouns the difference between elne and elve

is that elne is while elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

As a verb elne

is (obsolete) to strengthen; hearten; comfort; encourage.

Elve vs Helve - What's the difference?

elve | helve |


As a noun elve

is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

As a proper noun helve is

.

Elve vs Elfe - What's the difference?

elve | elfe |


As nouns the difference between elve and elfe

is that elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity while elfe is a female elf, a fairy, nymph.

Elve vs Eave - What's the difference?

elve | eave |


As nouns the difference between elve and eave

is that elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity while eave is eaves: the underside of a roof that extends beyond the external walls of a building.

Elve vs Elce - What's the difference?

elve | elce |


As a noun elve

is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

As an adjective elce is

.

As an adverb elce is

.

Yelve vs Elve - What's the difference?

yelve | elve |


As nouns the difference between yelve and elve

is that yelve is (obsolete) a fork used to carry dung; such a fork used as a garden tool while elve is (astronomy|meteorology) an upper atmospheric optical phenomena associated with thunderstorms, rapidly expanding disk-shaped regions of luminosity, lasting less than a thousandth of a second, which occur high above energetic cloud-to-ground lightning of positive or negative polarity.

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