heam

Heap vs Heam - What's the difference?

heap | heam |


As nouns the difference between heap and heam

is that heap is heap while heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

Terms vs Heam - What's the difference?

terms | heam |


As nouns the difference between terms and heam

is that terms is while heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

Heaf vs Heam - What's the difference?

heaf | heam |


As nouns the difference between heaf and heam

is that heaf is (northern england) a piece of mountain pasture to which a farm animal has become heafed; a heft while heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

As a verb heaf

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

Hean vs Heam - What's the difference?

hean | heam |


As an adjective hean

is (obsolete) mean; abject; poor; humble; lowly.

As a verb hean

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

As a noun heam is

the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

Heam vs Neam - What's the difference?

heam | neam |


As nouns the difference between heam and neam

is that heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal while neam is (dialectal).

Haem vs Heam - What's the difference?

haem | heam |


As nouns the difference between haem and heam

is that 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 while heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

Heam vs Heah - What's the difference?

heam | heah |


As a noun heam

is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

As an adverb heah is

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As an adjective heah is

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Leam vs Heam - What's the difference?

leam | heam |


As nouns the difference between leam and heam

is that leam is (uk|dialectal) a gleam or flash of light; a glow or glowing or leam can be a cord or strap for leading a dog while heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

As a verb leam

is (intransitive|uk|dialectal) to gleam; shine; glow.

Herm vs Heam - What's the difference?

herm | heam |


As nouns the difference between herm and heam

is that herm is a rectangular pillar bearing a bust of hermes, once used as a boundary marker and later as decoration[http://wwwarchiveorg/stream/dictionaryofgree00smituoft#page/602/mode/2up dictionary of greek and roman antiquities ; p 602] or herm can be a hermaphrodite while heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal.

As an abbreviation herm

is .

Heam vs Eam - What's the difference?

heam | eam |


As nouns the difference between heam and eam

is that heam is the afterbirth or secundus of an animal while eam is (dialectal|or|obsolete) uncle.

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