amate

Amate vs Conductor - What's the difference?

amate | conductor |


As nouns the difference between amate and conductor

is that amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees while conductor is one who conducts or leads; a guide; a director.

As a verb amate

is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

Amated vs Amate - What's the difference?

amated | amate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between amated and amate

is that amated is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused while amate is (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As verbs the difference between amated and amate

is that amated is (obsolete) (amate) while amate is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As an adjective amated

is (obsolete) overwhelmed, confused.

As a noun amate is

paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

Amate vs Alate - What's the difference?

amate | alate |


As nouns the difference between amate and alate

is that amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees while alate is a winged, reproductive form of several social insects.

As a verb amate

is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As an adjective alate is

(entomology|botany) having winglike extensions or parts; winged.

As an adverb alate is

(archaic) recently; lately; of late.

Amate vs Agate - What's the difference?

amate | agate |


As a noun amate

is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

As a verb amate

is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As a proper noun agate is

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Amate vs Amae - What's the difference?

amate | amae |


As nouns the difference between amate and amae

is that amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees while amae is childlike behaviour aimed at inducing another (such as a parent, spouse, teacher or boss) to take care of one.

As a verb amate

is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

Hamate vs Amate - What's the difference?

hamate | amate |


As nouns the difference between hamate and amate

is that hamate is the hamate bone while amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

As an adjective hamate

is (anatomy) hooked at the tip.

As a verb amate is

(label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

Amaze vs Amate - What's the difference?

amaze | amate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between amaze and amate

is that amaze is (obsolete) to terrify, to fill with panic while amate is (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As verbs the difference between amaze and amate

is that amaze is (obsolete) to stupefy; to knock unconscious while amate is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

As nouns the difference between amaze and amate

is that amaze is while amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

Abate vs Amate - What's the difference?

abate | amate |


As nouns the difference between abate and amate

is that abate is while amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

As a verb amate is

(label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

Match vs Amate - What's the difference?

match | amate |


As nouns the difference between match and amate

is that match is (sports) a competitive sporting event such as a boxing meet, a baseball game, or a cricket match or match can be device made of wood or paper, at the tip coated with chemicals that ignite with the friction of being dragged (struck) against a rough dry surface while amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

As verbs the difference between match and amate

is that match is (lb) to agree, to be equal, to correspond to while amate is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

Dismay vs Amate - What's the difference?

dismay | amate |


As nouns the difference between dismay and amate

is that dismay is a sudden or complete loss of courage and firmness in the face of trouble or danger; overwhelming and disabling terror; a sinking of the spirits; consternation while amate is paper produced from the bark of adult ficus trees.

As verbs the difference between dismay and amate

is that dismay is to disable with alarm or apprehensions; to depress the spirits or courage of; to deprive of firmness and energy through fear; to daunt; to appall; to terrify while amate is (label) to dishearten, dismay or amate can be (obsolete) to be a mate to; to match.

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