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fells

Moors vs Fells - What's the difference?

moors | fells |


As nouns the difference between moors and fells

is that moors is while fells is .

As a verb moors

is (moor).

Dale vs Fells - What's the difference?

dale | fells |


As nouns the difference between dale and fells

is that dale is a valley in an otherwise hilly area while fells is plural of lang=en.

As a proper noun Dale

is {{surname|from=Middle English}} for someone living in a dale.

As a verb fells is

third-person singular of fell.

Fells vs Pikes - What's the difference?

fells | pikes |


As nouns the difference between fells and pikes

is that fells is while pikes is .

Fells vs Mountains - What's the difference?

fells | mountains |


As nouns the difference between fells and mountains

is that fells is while mountains is .

Fells vs Fellas - What's the difference?

fells | fellas |


As nouns the difference between fells and fellas

is that fells is while fellas is .

Jells vs Fells - What's the difference?

jells | fells |


As nouns the difference between jells and fells

is that jells is while fells is .

Ells vs Fells - What's the difference?

ells | fells |


As nouns the difference between ells and fells

is that ells is while fells is .

Kells vs Fells - What's the difference?

kells | fells |


As nouns the difference between kells and fells

is that kells is while fells is .

Fells vs Felts - What's the difference?

fells | felts |


As a noun fells

is .

As a verb felts is

(felt).

Fells vs Bells - What's the difference?

fells | bells |


As nouns the difference between fells and bells

is that fells is while bells is .

As a proper noun bells is

a city in tennessee.

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