ergo

Ergo vs N - What's the difference?

ergo | n |


As a proper noun ergo

is .

As a letter n is

the letter n with a tilde.

Therfore vs Ergo - What's the difference?

therfore | ergo |


As a conjunction therfore

is .

As a proper noun ergo is

.

Ergo vs Firgo - What's the difference?

ergo | firgo |

Ergo vs Ergative - What's the difference?

ergo | ergative |


As a proper noun ergo

is .

As an adjective ergative is

(grammar) used of various situations where the subject of transitive constructions have different grammatical cases or thematic relations to those of intransitive constructions.

As a noun ergative is

(linguistics) the ergative case.

Ergo vs Erg - What's the difference?

ergo | erg |


As a proper noun ergo

is .

As a noun erg is

the unit of work or energy, being the amount of work done by a dyne working through a distance of one centimeter equal to 10−7 joules or erg can be (geomorphology) a large desert region of sand dunes with little or no vegetation, especially in the sahara.

Ergs vs Ergo - What's the difference?

ergs | ergo |


As a noun ergs

is .

As a proper noun ergo is

.

Ergot vs Ergo - What's the difference?

ergot | ergo |


As a noun ergot

is any fungus in the genus claviceps which are parasitic on grasses.

As a proper noun ergo is

.

Rego vs Ergo - What's the difference?

rego | ergo |


As a verb rego

is .

As a proper noun ergo is

.

Ergo vs Hence - What's the difference?

ergo | hence |


As a proper noun ergo

is .

As an adverb hence is

(archaic) from here, from this place, away.

As a verb hence is

(obsolete) to send away.

Ergo vs Thereforegsappid - What's the difference?

ergo | thereforegsappid |

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