gault

Galt vs Gault - What's the difference?

galt | gault |


As a proper noun galt

is .

As a noun gault is

a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

Terms vs Gault - What's the difference?

terms | gault |


As nouns the difference between terms and gault

is that terms is while gault is a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

Vault vs Gault - What's the difference?

vault | gault |


As nouns the difference between vault and gault

is that vault is an arched structure of masonry, forming a ceiling or canopy or vault can be an act of vaulting; a leap or jump while gault is a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

As a verb vault

is to build as, or cover with a vault or vault can be (ambitransitive) to jump or leap over.

Gault vs Hault - What's the difference?

gault | hault |


As a noun gault

is a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

As an adjective hault is

(obsolete) lofty; haughty.

Gault vs Sault - What's the difference?

gault | sault |


As nouns the difference between gault and sault

is that gault is a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks while sault is (obsolete) assault or sault can be (obsolete) a leap or jump, especially one made by a horse.

Fault vs Gault - What's the difference?

fault | gault |


As nouns the difference between fault and gault

is that fault is a defect; something that detracts from perfection while gault is a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

As a verb fault

is to criticize, blame or find fault with something or someone.

Gaunt vs Gault - What's the difference?

gaunt | gault |


As an adjective gaunt

is lean, angular and bony.

As a noun gault is

a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.

Clay vs Gault - What's the difference?

clay | gault |


As a proper noun clay

is .

As a noun gault is

a type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.