fayre

Fayre vs Bazaar - What's the difference?

fayre | bazaar |


As nouns the difference between fayre and bazaar

is that fayre is (archaic) fair (in the sense of both (market) and (pretty)) while bazaar is a marketplace, particularly in the middle east, and often covered with shops and stalls.

As an adjective fayre

is (archaic) fair, beautiful.

Gala vs Fayre - What's the difference?

gala | fayre |


As nouns the difference between gala and fayre

is that gala is gale while fayre is (archaic) fair (in the sense of both (market) and (pretty)) .

As an adjective fayre is

(archaic) fair, beautiful.

Fayre - What does it mean?

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Ayre vs Fayre - What's the difference?

ayre | fayre |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between ayre and fayre

is that ayre is (archaic) air while fayre is (archaic) fare.

As nouns the difference between ayre and fayre

is that ayre is a narrow bar of sand or gravel formed by the sea; a sandbank or ayre can be (archaic) air while fayre is (archaic) fair (in the sense of both (market) and (pretty)) .

As an adjective fayre is

(archaic) fair, beautiful.

Feyre vs Fayre - What's the difference?

feyre | fayre |


As nouns the difference between feyre and fayre

is that feyre is (obsolete) a fair or market while fayre is (archaic) fair (in the sense of both (market) and (pretty)) .

As an adjective fayre is

(archaic) fair, beautiful.

Farre vs Fayre - What's the difference?

farre | fayre |


As adjectives the difference between farre and fayre

is that farre is while fayre is (archaic) fair, beautiful.

As a noun fayre is

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

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

.

Feye vs Fayre - What's the difference?

feye | fayre |


As an adjective fayre is

(archaic) fair, beautiful.

As a noun fayre is

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

Fete vs Fayre - What's the difference?

fete | fayre |


As nouns the difference between fete and fayre

is that fete is a festival open to the public, the proceeds from which are often given to charity while fayre is (archaic) fair (in the sense of both (market) and (pretty)) .

As a verb fete

is (usually in the passive) to celebrate (a person).

As an adjective fayre is

(archaic) fair, beautiful.

Fayre vs Hoppins - What's the difference?

fayre | hoppins |

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