haler

Haver vs Haler - What's the difference?

haver | haler |


As verbs the difference between haver and haler

is that haver is while haler is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

Haler vs Hailer - What's the difference?

haler | hailer |


As a verb haler

is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

As a noun hailer is

a person who or a device which calls, summons loudly, or hails.

Haler vs Hazer - What's the difference?

haler | hazer |


As a verb haler

is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

As a noun hazer is

one who administers acts of hazing.

Baler vs Haler - What's the difference?

baler | haler |


As a noun baler

is a machine for creating bales, eg, of hay or cotton.

As a verb haler is

to tan (cause skin to go brown).

Haler vs Halser - What's the difference?

haler | halser |


As a verb haler

is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

As a noun halser is

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Paler vs Haler - What's the difference?

paler | haler |


As verbs the difference between paler and haler

is that paler is (label) to speak while haler is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

Haler vs Healer - What's the difference?

haler | healer |


As a verb haler

is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

As a noun healer is

: a person who heals, especially through faith.

Hales vs Haler - What's the difference?

hales | haler |


As an adjective hales

is .

As a verb haler is

to tan (cause skin to go brown).

Haler vs Waler - What's the difference?

haler | waler |


As a verb haler

is to tan (cause skin to go brown).

As a noun waler is

(australia|india) a breed of light saddle horse from australia, once favoured as a warhorse or waler can be (structural engineering) a plank of wood, block of concrete, etc, used for support or to maintain required separation between components in order to help maintain the form of a construction under stress.

Holer vs Haler - What's the difference?

holer | haler |


As a noun holer

is one which holes, perforates etc.

As a verb haler is

to tan (cause skin to go brown).

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