haint

Haint vs Saint - What's the difference?

haint | saint |


As nouns the difference between haint and saint

is that haint is (us|dialectal) ghost while saint is a title given to a saint, often prefixed to the person's name.

As a verb haint

is (us|dialectal).

As a contraction haint

is (lb).

Harnt vs Haint - What's the difference?

harnt | haint |


As nouns the difference between harnt and haint

is that harnt is (us|dialect) while haint is (us|dialectal) ghost.

As a verb haint is

(us|dialectal).

As a contraction haint is

(lb).

Haint vs Daint - What's the difference?

haint | daint |


As a verb haint

is (us|dialectal).

As a noun haint

is (us|dialectal) ghost.

As a contraction haint

is (lb).

As an adjective daint is

(obsolete) dainty.

As an adverb daint is

(geordie) do not, don't.

Taint vs Haint - What's the difference?

taint | haint |


As nouns the difference between taint and haint

is that taint is a (l), (l) or (l), especially in (l) or taint can be a (l) with a (l), which fails of its intended (l) or taint can be (slang) the (l) while haint is (us|dialectal) ghost.

As verbs the difference between taint and haint

is that taint is to (l) or (l) (something) with an external (l), either (l) or (l) or taint can be to damage, as a lance, without breaking it; also, to break, as a lance, but usually in an unknightly or unscientific manner while haint is (us|dialectal).

As a contraction haint is

(lb).

Haint vs Hint - What's the difference?

haint | hint |


As verbs the difference between haint and hint

is that haint is (us|dialectal) while hint is to suggest tacitly without a direct statement; to provide a clue.

As nouns the difference between haint and hint

is that haint is (us|dialectal) ghost while hint is a clue.

As a contraction haint

is (lb).

Hant vs Haint - What's the difference?

hant | haint |


As verbs the difference between hant and haint

is that hant is to strip, peel (bark) while haint is (us|dialectal).

As a noun haint is

(us|dialectal) ghost.

As a contraction haint is

(lb).

Haint vs Aint - What's the difference?

haint | aint |


As contractions the difference between haint and aint

is that haint is (lb) while aint is .

As a verb haint

is (us|dialectal).

As a noun haint

is (us|dialectal) ghost.

Haint vs Waint - What's the difference?

haint | waint |


As contractions the difference between haint and waint

is that haint is (lb) while waint is (yorkshire) , wouldn't .

As a verb haint

is (us|dialectal).

As a noun haint

is (us|dialectal) ghost.

Faint vs Haint - What's the difference?

faint | haint |


As nouns the difference between faint and haint

is that faint is the act of fainting while haint is (us|dialectal) ghost.

As verbs the difference between faint and haint

is that faint is to lose consciousness caused by a lack of oxygen or nutrients to the brain, usually as a result of a suddenly reduced blood flow (may be caused by emotional trauma, loss of blood or various medical conditions) while haint is (us|dialectal).

As an adjective faint

is lacking strength; weak; languid; inclined to swoon; as, faint with fatigue, hunger, or thirst.

As a contraction haint is

(lb).

Haint vs Ahint - What's the difference?

haint | ahint |


As a verb haint

is (us|dialectal).

As a noun haint

is (us|dialectal) ghost.

As a contraction haint

is (lb).

As an adverb ahint is

behind.

As a preposition ahint is

behind.

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