glode

Flow vs Glode - What's the difference?

flow | glode |


As verbs the difference between flow and glode

is that flow is to move as a fluid from one position to another while glode is (archaic) (glide).

As a noun flow

is a movement in people or things with a particular way in large numbers or amounts.

Glid vs Glode - What's the difference?

glid | glode |


As verbs the difference between glid and glode

is that glid is (glide) while glode is (archaic) (glide).

Glode vs Goode - What's the difference?

glode | goode |


As a verb glode

is (archaic) (glide).

As a proper noun goode is

.

Glode vs Gloze - What's the difference?

glode | gloze |


As verbs the difference between glode and gloze

is that glode is (archaic) (glide) while gloze is to extenuate, explain away, gloss over.

As a noun gloze is

a comment in the margin.

Terms vs Glode - What's the difference?

terms | glode |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb glode is

(archaic) (glide).

Glyde vs Glode - What's the difference?

glyde | glode |


As verbs the difference between glyde and glode

is that glyde is while glode is (archaic) (glide).

Glode vs Glome - What's the difference?

glode | glome |


As verbs the difference between glode and glome

is that glode is (archaic) (glide) while glome is (obsolete) to look gloomy, morose, or sullen.

As a noun glome is

(anatomy) one of the two prominences at the posterior extremity of the frog of a horse's foot or glome can be (obsolete) gloom.

Glode vs Golde - What's the difference?

glode | golde |


As a verb glode

is (archaic) (glide).

As a noun golde is

.

Glope vs Glode - What's the difference?

glope | glode |


As verbs the difference between glope and glode

is that glope is (dialectal) to gaze in alarm; be terrified; stare while glode is (archaic) (glide).

As a noun glope

is (obsolete) astonishment; awe; fear.

Glode vs Glede - What's the difference?

glode | glede |


As a verb glode

is (archaic) (glide).

As a noun glede is

a live coal, an ember or glede can be any of several birds of prey, especially a kite, milvus milvus .

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