gast

Gast vs Guest - What's the difference?

gast | guest |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As a proper noun guest is

.

Gast vs Gnast - What's the difference?

gast | gnast |


As nouns the difference between gast and gnast

is that gast is a guest while gnast is a spark; a dying spark; a dead spark, as of a snuffed candle.

As a verb gnast is

(ambitransitive) to gnash.

Gast vs Gaspt - What's the difference?

gast | gaspt |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As a verb gaspt is

(obsolete) (gasp).

Gast vs Ghast - What's the difference?

gast | ghast |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As a verb ghast is

.

As an adjective ghast is

having a ghastly appearance; weird.

Gast vs Gest - What's the difference?

gast | gest |


As nouns the difference between gast and gest

is that gast is a guest while gest is (obsolete) a gesture or action or gest can be (obsolete) a stage in travelling; a stop for rest or lodging in a journey; a rest.

Gast vs Gats - What's the difference?

gast | gats |


As nouns the difference between gast and gats

is that gast is a guest while gats is (general agreement on trade in services).

Gast vs Dast - What's the difference?

gast | dast |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As a verb dast is

(us|dialect) dares.

Gast vs Gart - What's the difference?

gast | gart |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As a verb gart is

.

Gast vs Tast - What's the difference?

gast | tast |


As a noun gast

is a guest.

As an adjective tast is

vain.

Gast vs Oast - What's the difference?

gast | oast |


As nouns the difference between gast and oast

is that gast is a guest while oast is (british) a kiln for drying tobacco, malt and especially hops.

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