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Heh vs Heah - What's the difference?

heh | heah |


As an interjection heh

is (onomatopoeia) weak amusement, sometimes signaling boredom.

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Heath vs Heah - What's the difference?

heath | heah |


As a proper noun heath

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Heah vs Jeah - What's the difference?

heah | jeah |


As adverbs the difference between heah and jeah

is that heah is while jeah is (slang|nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.

As an adjective heah

is .

As an interjection jeah is

(slang|nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.

Heth vs Heah - What's the difference?

heth | heah |


As a noun heth

is the eighth letter of many semitic alphabets (phoenician, aramaic, hebrew, syriac, arabic and others).

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Heam vs Heah - What's the difference?

heam | heah |


As a noun heam

is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

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Hean vs Heah - What's the difference?

hean | heah |


As adjectives the difference between hean and heah

is that hean is (obsolete) mean; abject; poor; humble; lowly while heah is .

As a verb hean

is (obsolete) to treat with contumely; insult; humiliate; debase; lower.

As an adverb heah is

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Hyah vs Heah - What's the difference?

hyah | heah |


As an interjection hyah

is a call, often to horses, livestock, or cattle, to move forward or proceed or hyah can be (martial arts) a vocalisation used when performing a technique or striking a blow.

As an adverb heah is

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Heah vs Heal - What's the difference?

heah | heal |


As an adverb heah

is .

As an adjective heah

is .

As a verb heal is

to hide; conceal; keep secret or heal can be to make better from a disease, wound, etc; to revive or cure.

As a noun heal is

(obsolete) health.

Heaf vs Heah - What's the difference?

heaf | heah |


As a noun heaf

is (northern england) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become heafed; a heft.

As a verb heaf

is (northern england) to become accustomed to and attached to an area of mountain pasture, seldom straying from it.

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Seah vs Heah - What's the difference?

seah | heah |


As a noun seah

is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

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