haked

Laked vs Haked - What's the difference?

laked | haked |


As verbs the difference between laked and haked

is that laked is (lake) while haked is (hake).

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

Haked vs Hiked - What's the difference?

haked | hiked |


As verbs the difference between haked and hiked

is that haked is (hake) while hiked is (hike).

As a noun haked

is the pike (fish).

Hawked vs Haked - What's the difference?

hawked | haked |


As verbs the difference between hawked and haked

is that hawked is (hawk) while haked is (hake).

As an adjective hawked

is curved like a hawk's bill; crooked.

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

Haked vs Hared - What's the difference?

haked | hared |


As verbs the difference between haked and hared

is that haked is (hake) while hared is (hare).

As a noun haked

is the pike (fish).

Hakea vs Haked - What's the difference?

hakea | haked |


As nouns the difference between hakea and haked

is that hakea is a shrub of the genus while haked is the pike (fish).

As a verb haked is

(hake).

Haked vs Faked - What's the difference?

haked | faked |


As verbs the difference between haked and faked

is that haked is (hake) while faked is (fake).

As a noun haked

is the pike (fish).

Haked vs Oaked - What's the difference?

haked | oaked |


As a noun haked

is the pike (fish).

As a verb haked

is (hake).

As an adjective oaked is

describing a wine that has been aged in oak and has acquired flavor from tannins in the wood.

Maked vs Haked - What's the difference?

maked | haked |


As verbs the difference between maked and haked

is that maked is (nonstandard|colloquial) (make) while haked is (hake).

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

Naked vs Haked - What's the difference?

naked | haked |


As verbs the difference between naked and haked

is that naked is (nake) while haked is (hake).

As an adjective naked

is not wearing any clothes; without clothing on the genitals or female nipples.

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

Waked vs Haked - What's the difference?

waked | haked |


As verbs the difference between waked and haked

is that waked is (wake) while haked is (hake).

As a noun haked is

the pike (fish).

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