haum

Terms vs Haum - What's the difference?

terms | haum |


As nouns the difference between terms and haum

is that terms is while haum is (a stalk).

Haum vs Haulm - What's the difference?

haum | haulm |


As nouns the difference between haum and haulm

is that haum is (a stalk) while haulm is (collectively ) the stems of various cultivated plants, left after harvesting the crop to be used as animal litter or for thatching.

Haum vs Hum - What's the difference?

haum | hum |


As nouns the difference between haum and hum

is that haum is (a stalk) while hum is twilight, dusk.

Aum vs Haum - What's the difference?

aum | haum |


As a noun haum is

(a stalk).

Haum vs Gaum - What's the difference?

haum | gaum |


As nouns the difference between haum and gaum

is that haum is (a stalk) while gaum is (lb).

Haut vs Haum - What's the difference?

haut | haum |


As nouns the difference between haut and haum

is that haut is skin, hide of a person, animal or (part of a) plant while haum is (a stalk).

Hawm vs Haum - What's the difference?

hawm | haum |


As nouns the difference between hawm and haum

is that hawm is (straw) while haum is (a stalk).

As a verb hawm

is (uk|dialect) to lounge; to loiter.

Haum vs Haul - What's the difference?

haum | haul |


As nouns the difference between haum and haul

is that haum is (a stalk) while haul is a long drive, especially transporting/hauling heavy cargo.

As a verb haul is

to carry something; to transport something, with a connotation that the item is heavy or otherwise difficult to move.

Harm vs Haum - What's the difference?

harm | haum |


As a proper noun harm

is , low german, derived from herman, meaning "army man".

As a noun haum is

(a stalk).

Haum vs Haem - What's the difference?

haum | haem |


As nouns the difference between haum and haem

is that haum is (a stalk) while haem is the component of haemoglobin responsible for binding oxygen, consists of an iron ion that binds oxygen and a porphyrin ring that binds the globin molecules; one molecule binds one molecule of oxygen.

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