faire

Just vs Faire - What's the difference?

just | faire |


As a proper noun just

is , cognate to english justus.

As a verb faire is

.

Faire vs Perpetrate - What's the difference?

faire | perpetrate |


As verbs the difference between faire and perpetrate

is that faire is while perpetrate is to be guilty of, or responsible for a crime etc; to commit.

Faire vs Dire - What's the difference?

faire | dire |


As verbs the difference between faire and dire

is that faire is while dire is .

Fayre vs Faire - What's the difference?

fayre | faire |


As an adjective fayre

is (archaic) fair, beautiful.

As a noun fayre

is (archaic) fair (in the sense of both (market) and (pretty)) .

As a verb faire is

.

Faire vs Faired - What's the difference?

faire | faired |


As verbs the difference between faire and faired

is that faire is while faired is (fair).

Faire vs Afire - What's the difference?

faire | afire |


As a verb faire

is .

As an adjective afire is

on fire.

Faire vs Fairy - What's the difference?

faire | fairy |


As a verb faire

is .

As a noun fairy is

(uncountable|obsolete) the realm of faerie; enchantment, illusion.

Faire vs Fairer - What's the difference?

faire | fairer |


As a verb faire

is .

As an adjective fairer is

(fair).

Fairie vs Faire - What's the difference?

fairie | faire |


As a noun fairie

is .

As a verb faire is

.

Faire vs Faine - What's the difference?

faire | faine |


As verbs the difference between faire and faine

is that faire is while faine is .

As a noun faine is

.

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