hales

Halwes vs Hales - What's the difference?

halwes | hales |


As a noun halwes

is plural of lang=en.

As a verb hales is

third-person singular of hale.

Hales vs Yales - What's the difference?

hales | yales |


As an adjective hales

is .

As a noun yales is

.

Bales vs Hales - What's the difference?

bales | hales |


As a noun bales

is .

As an adjective hales is

.

Hales vs Hates - What's the difference?

hales | hates |


As an adjective hales

is .

As a verb hates is

.

Males vs Hales - What's the difference?

males | hales |


As a noun males

is .

As an adjective hales is

.

Dales vs Hales - What's the difference?

dales | hales |


As a noun dales

is plural of lang=en.

As a proper noun Dales

is the Yorkshire Dales, an upland area, in Northern England.

As a verb hales is

third-person singular of hale.

Hades vs Hales - What's the difference?

hades | hales |


As verbs the difference between hades and hales

is that hades is third-person singular of hade while hales is third-person singular of hale.

As a proper noun Hades

is the god of the underworld and ruler of the dead, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother of Zeus and Poseidon.

As a noun hades

is plural of lang=en.

Hales vs Hayes - What's the difference?

hales | hayes |


As a verb hales

is third-person singular of hale.

As a proper noun Hayes is

any of a number of places, outside Britain named for persons with the surname.

As a noun hayes is

plural of lang=en.

Hales vs Shales - What's the difference?

hales | shales |


As an adjective hales

is .

As a noun shales is

.

As a verb shales is

(shale).

Hales vs Wales - What's the difference?

hales | wales |


As an adjective hales

is .

As a noun wales is

.

As a verb wales is

(wale).

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