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hay

Hay vs Has - What's the difference?

hay | has |


As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

As an adjective has is

hoarse.

Hay vs Yay - What's the difference?

hay | yay |


As nouns the difference between hay and yay

is that hay is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand while yay is a branch of the thai language.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

Hay vs Hat - What's the difference?

hay | hat |


As verbs the difference between hay and hat

is that hay is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder while hat is has.

As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

Hay vs Hai - What's the difference?

hay | hai |


As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

As a pronoun hai is

who.

Hay vs Way - What's the difference?

hay | way |


As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

As a proper noun way is

christianity or way can be .

Hay vs Hah - What's the difference?

hay | hah |


As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

As an interjection hah is

huh?.

Hay vs Ham - What's the difference?

hay | ham |


In uncountable terms the difference between hay and ham

is that hay is grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder while ham is meat from the thigh of a hog cured for food.

In countable terms the difference between hay and ham

is that hay is any mix of green leafy plants used for fodder while ham is a thigh and buttock of an animal slaughtered for meat.

As a proper noun Ham is

a son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem.

As an initialism HAM is

his Apostolic Majesty, the title given to a number of historical kings of Hungary.

Hay vs Jay - What's the difference?

hay | jay |


As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

As a verb hay

is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder.

As a proper noun jay is

a nickname for james, jason, or for any male name beginning with a "j"; also used as a formal given name.

Hay vs Pay - What's the difference?

hay | pay |


As nouns the difference between hay and pay

is that hay is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand while pay is money given in return for work; salary or wages.

As verbs the difference between hay and pay

is that hay is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder while pay is to give money or other compensation to in exchange for goods or services or pay can be (nautical|transitive) to cover (the bottom of a vessel, a seam, a spar, etc) with tar or pitch, or a waterproof composition of tallow, resin, etc; to smear.

As an adjective pay is

operable or accessible on deposit of coins.

Hay vs Had - What's the difference?

hay | had |


As verbs the difference between hay and had

is that hay is to cut grasses or herb plants for use as animal fodder while had is (have).

As a noun hay

is (uncountable) grass cut and dried for use as animal fodder or hay can be the name of the letter for the h sound in pitman shorthand.

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