behight

Wikidiffcom vs Behight - What's the difference?

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As a verb behight is

(obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Befight vs Behight - What's the difference?

befight | behight |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between befight and behight

is that befight is (obsolete) to deprive of by fighting while behight is (obsolete) to call; to name; to address.

As verbs the difference between befight and behight

is that befight is (obsolete) to deprive of by fighting while behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Terms vs Behight - What's the difference?

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As a noun terms

is .

As a verb behight is

(obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Behight vs Belight - What's the difference?

behight | belight |


As verbs the difference between behight and belight

is that behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone) while belight is (transitive|rare|dialectal) to light up; illuminate.

Bedight vs Behight - What's the difference?

bedight | behight |


As verbs the difference between bedight and behight

is that bedight is (archaic) to equip or bedeck while behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Benight vs Behight - What's the difference?

benight | behight |


As verbs the difference between benight and behight

is that benight is (label) to overtake with night while behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Intend vs Behight - What's the difference?

intend | behight |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between intend and behight

is that intend is (obsolete) to intensify; strengthen while behight is (obsolete) to call; to name; to address.

As verbs the difference between intend and behight

is that intend is to fix the mind upon (something to be accomplished); be intent upon; mean; design; plan; purpose while behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Mean vs Behight - What's the difference?

mean | behight |


As an adjective mean

is mid, central.

As a noun mean

is middle.

As a verb behight is

(obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

Designated vs Behight - What's the difference?

designated | behight |


As verbs the difference between designated and behight

is that designated is (designate) while behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

As an adjective designated

is having a specified designation.

Promise vs Behight - What's the difference?

promise | behight |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between promise and behight

is that promise is (obsolete) bestowal or fulfillment of what is promised while behight is (obsolete) to call; to name; to address.

As verbs the difference between promise and behight

is that promise is to commit to something or action; to make an oath; make a vow while behight is (obsolete|transitive) to vow, promise (someone).

As a noun promise

is an oath or affirmation; a vow.

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