fard

Shid vs Fard - What's the difference?

shid | fard |


As an initialism shid

is (internet) s'laps '''h'''ead '''i'''n ' d isgust.

As a noun fard is

a journey, a trip.

Butts vs Fard - What's the difference?

butts | fard |


As nouns the difference between butts and fard

is that butts is while fard is a journey, a trip.

Sunnah vs Fard - What's the difference?

sunnah | fard |


As nouns the difference between sunnah and fard

is that sunnah is muhammad's way of life, as recorded in the hadiths, especially when viewed as a model for muslims to emulate while fard is a journey, a trip.

Fard - What does it mean?

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Fard vs Pard - What's the difference?

fard | pard |


As nouns the difference between fard and pard

is that fard is a journey, a trip while pard is a leopard; a panther or pard can be (colloquial) chap; fellow; (used as a friendly appellation).

Feard vs Fard - What's the difference?

feard | fard |


As a verb feard

is (archaic) (fear).

As a noun fard is

a journey, a trip.

Fard vs Tard - What's the difference?

fard | tard |


As nouns the difference between fard and tard

is that fard is a journey, a trip while tard is (offensive|slang) a person with mental retardation.

Fyrd vs Fard - What's the difference?

fyrd | fard |


As nouns the difference between fyrd and fard

is that fyrd is in early anglo-saxon times, an army that was mobilized from freemen to defend their shire, or from select representatives to join a royal expedition while fard is a journey, a trip.

Fard vs Yard - What's the difference?

fard | yard |


As a noun fard

is a journey, a trip.

As a proper noun yard is

(scotland yard) or (new scotland yard).

Fand vs Fard - What's the difference?

fand | fard |


As a verb fand

is to seek (to do a thing); try; attempt; endeavour; make a shift or fand can be (find).

As a noun fard is

a journey, a trip.

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