hawt

Hawt vs Haws - What's the difference?

hawt | haws |


As nouns the difference between hawt and haws

is that hawt is horizontal axis wind turbine while haws is .

As a verb haws is

(haw).

Hast vs Hawt - What's the difference?

hast | hawt |


As an adjective hast

is neuter singular nominative or accusative form of .

As a noun hawt is

horizontal axis wind turbine.

Haet vs Hawt - What's the difference?

haet | hawt |


As a verb haet

is (internet|offensive) a very emphatic synonym of the verb hate.

As a noun hawt is

horizontal axis wind turbine.

Haw vs Hawt - What's the difference?

haw | hawt |


As a proper noun haw

is .

As a noun hawt is

horizontal axis wind turbine.

Hawk vs Hawt - What's the difference?

hawk | hawt |


As nouns the difference between hawk and hawt

is that hawk is a diurnal predatory bird of the family accipitridae or hawk can be a plasterer's tool, made of a flat surface with a handle below, used to hold an amount of plaster prior to application to the wall or ceiling being worked on: a mortarboard or hawk can be an effort to force up phlegm from the throat, accompanied with noise while hawt is horizontal axis wind turbine.

As a verb hawk

is to hunt with a hawk or hawk can be to sell; to offer for sale by outcry in the street; to carry (merchandise) about from place to place for sale; to peddle or hawk can be (intransitive) to cough up something from one's throat.

Hart vs Hawt - What's the difference?

hart | hawt |


As an adjective hart

is .

As an adverb hart

is in a hard manner; inflexibly, unyieldingly.

As a noun hawt is

horizontal axis wind turbine.

Haute vs Hawt - What's the difference?

haute | hawt |


As adjectives the difference between haute and hawt

is that haute is while hawt is eye dialect or leet spelling of hot.

As a noun hawt is

.

As a pronoun hawt is

(obsolete) anything ().

Haut vs Hawt - What's the difference?

haut | hawt |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between haut and hawt

is that haut is (obsolete) haughty while hawt is (obsolete) anything ().

As adjectives the difference between haut and hawt

is that haut is (obsolete) haughty while hawt is eye dialect or leet spelling of hot.

As a noun hawt is

.

As a pronoun hawt is

(obsolete) anything ().

Leet vs Hawt - What's the difference?

leet | hawt |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between leet and hawt

is that leet is (obsolete) (let) while hawt is (obsolete) anything ().

As nouns the difference between leet and hawt

is that leet is (scotland) a portion or list, especially a list of candidates for an office or leet can be (british|obsolete) a regular court in which the certain lords had jurisdiction over local disputes, or the physical area of this jurisdiction or leet can be (zoology) the european pollock or leet can be (internet slang) while hawt is .

As adjectives the difference between leet and hawt

is that leet is of or relating to leetspeak while hawt is eye dialect or leet spelling of hot.

As a verb leet

is (obsolete) (let).

As a pronoun hawt is

(obsolete) anything ().

What is the difference between hawt and hot?

hawt | hot |

Hawt is an alternative form of hot.


As adjectives the difference between hawt and hot

is that hawt is eye dialect or leet spelling of hot while hot is of an object, having a high temperature.

As a noun hawt

is (heart).

As a pronoun hawt

is (obsolete) anything ((aught)).

As a verb hot is

to heat, or to become hot.

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