haft

Haft vs Hafting - What's the difference?

haft | hafting |


As a noun haft

is custody, imprisonment.

As a verb hafting is

.

Haft vs Doloire - What's the difference?

haft | doloire |


As nouns the difference between haft and doloire

is that haft is custody, imprisonment while doloire is a medieval war and utility axe with a long wooden haft of 15 metres in length set with a blade shaped as a tear drop.

Fora vs Haft - What's the difference?

fora | haft |


As nouns the difference between fora and haft

is that fora is while haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted.

As a verb haft is

to fit a handle to a tool or weapon.

Haft vs Helve - What's the difference?

haft | helve |


As nouns the difference between haft and helve

is that haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted while helve is the handle or haft of a tool or weapon.

As verbs the difference between haft and helve

is that haft is to fit a handle to a tool or weapon while helve is to furnish (an axe, etc) with a helve.

Pasture vs Haft - What's the difference?

pasture | haft |


As nouns the difference between pasture and haft

is that pasture is land on which cattle can be kept for feeding while haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted.

As verbs the difference between pasture and haft

is that pasture is to move animals into a to graze while haft is to fit a handle to a tool or weapon.

Mountain vs Haft - What's the difference?

mountain | haft |


As nouns the difference between mountain and haft

is that mountain is a large mass of earth and rock, rising above the common level of the earth or adjacent land, usually given by geographers as above 1000 feet in height (or 3048 metres), though such masses may still be described as hills in comparison with larger mountains while haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted.

As a verb haft is

to fit a handle to a tool or weapon.

Weapon vs Haft - What's the difference?

weapon | haft |


As nouns the difference between weapon and haft

is that weapon is an instrument of attack or defense in combat or hunting, eg most guns, missiles, or swords while haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted.

As a verb haft is

to fit a handle to a tool or weapon.

Tool vs Haft - What's the difference?

tool | haft |


As nouns the difference between tool and haft

is that tool is (senseid)a mechanical device intended to make a task easier while haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted.

As verbs the difference between tool and haft

is that tool is to work on or shape with tools, eg, hand-tooled leather while haft is to fit a handle to a tool or weapon.

Haft vs Heft - What's the difference?

haft | heft | Alternative forms |

Heft is an alternative form of haft.

Haft is an alternative form of heft.


As nouns the difference between haft and heft

is that haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted while heft is (uncountable) weight.

As verbs the difference between haft and heft

is that haft is to fit a handle to a tool or weapon while heft is to lift up; especially, to lift something heavy.

Haft vs Pommel - What's the difference?

haft | pommel |

Haft is a holonym of pommel.


As nouns the difference between haft and pommel

is that haft is the handle of a tool or weapon or haft can be (northern english dialect) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become hefted while pommel is the upper front brow of a saddle.

As verbs the difference between haft and pommel

is that haft is to fit a handle to a tool or weapon while pommel is to pound or beat.

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