hathel

Hathel vs Athel - What's the difference?

hathel | athel |


As nouns the difference between hathel and athel

is that hathel is a noble; a noble man of worth; man while athel is (obsolete) a chief or lord.

As an adjective athel is

noble; illustrious.

Hathen vs Hathel - What's the difference?

hathen | hathel |


As nouns the difference between hathen and hathel

is that hathen is while hathel is a noble; a noble man of worth; man.

Hatchel vs Hathel - What's the difference?

hatchel | hathel |


As nouns the difference between hatchel and hathel

is that hatchel is a comb used to separate flax fibers while hathel is a noble; a noble man of worth; man.

As a verb hatchel

is to separate (flax fibers) with a hatchel, or comb.

Hathe vs Hathel - What's the difference?

hathe | hathel |


As a verb hathe

is (archaic) (have).

As a noun hathel is

a noble; a noble man of worth; man.

Rathel vs Hathel - What's the difference?

rathel | hathel |


As a verb rathel

is (obsolete) to fix; root.

As a noun hathel is

a noble; a noble man of worth; man.

Hatel vs Hathel - What's the difference?

hatel | hathel |


As an adjective hatel

is (obsolete) hateful; detestable.

As a noun hathel is

a noble; a noble man of worth; man.