gnasht

Gnast vs Gnasht - What's the difference?

gnast | gnasht |


As verbs the difference between gnast and gnasht

is that gnast is (ambitransitive) to gnash while gnasht is (obsolete) (gnash).

As a noun gnast

is a spark; a dying spark; a dead spark, as of a snuffed candle.

Gnasht vs Gnashy - What's the difference?

gnasht | gnashy |


As a verb gnasht

is (obsolete) (gnash).

As an adjective gnashy is

gnashing the teeth.

Gnash vs Gnasht - What's the difference?

gnash | gnasht |


As verbs the difference between gnash and gnasht

is that gnash is to grind (one's teeth) in pain or in anger while gnasht is (obsolete) (gnash).