havier

Heavy vs Havier - What's the difference?

heavy | havier |


As nouns the difference between heavy and havier

is that heavy is a villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts while havier is a castrated deer.

As an adjective heavy

is (of a physical object) having great weight or heavy can be having the heaves.

As an adverb heavy

is heavily.

As a verb heavy

is to make heavier.

Havier vs Harier - What's the difference?

havier | harier |


As nouns the difference between havier and harier

is that havier is a castrated deer while harier is (archaic) a harrier; a kind of hunting dog.

Wavier vs Havier - What's the difference?

wavier | havier |


As an adjective wavier

is (wavy).

As a noun havier is

a castrated deer.

Havier vs Heavier - What's the difference?

havier | heavier |


As a noun havier

is a castrated deer.

As an adjective heavier is

(heavy).

Haver vs Havier - What's the difference?

haver | havier |


As a verb haver

is .

As a noun havier is

a castrated deer.

Havier vs Pavier - What's the difference?

havier | pavier |


As nouns the difference between havier and pavier

is that havier is a castrated deer while pavier is a paver; one who lays pavement.

Havier vs Ravier - What's the difference?

havier | ravier |


As nouns the difference between havier and ravier

is that havier is a castrated deer while ravier is a trolley used for food selection in restaurants or cafes.

Hazier vs Havier - What's the difference?

hazier | havier |


As an adjective hazier

is (hazy).

As a noun havier is

a castrated deer.

Havior vs Havier - What's the difference?

havior | havier |


As nouns the difference between havior and havier

is that havior is (obsolete) behaviour; demeanor while havier is a castrated deer.

Havier vs Halier - What's the difference?

havier | halier |


As nouns the difference between havier and halier

is that havier is a castrated deer while halier is the official coin of slovakia, 100 haliers equal a koruna.