helm

Helm vs Joystick - What's the difference?

helm | joystick |


As a proper noun helm

is the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

As a noun joystick is

a mechanical device consisting of a handgrip mounted on a base or pedestal and typically having one or more buttons, used to control an aircraft, computer or other equipment.

As a verb joystick is

(rare) to manoeuvre by means of a joystick.

Helm vs Yoke - What's the difference?

helm | yoke |


As a proper noun helm

is the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

As a noun yoke is

a bar or frame of wood by which two oxen are joined at the heads or necks for working together.

As a verb yoke is

to link or to join.

Helm vs Null - What's the difference?

helm | null |


As a proper noun helm

is the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

As a noun null is

zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Hat vs Helm - What's the difference?

hat | helm |


As a verb hat

is has.

As a proper noun helm is

the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

Valiant vs Helm - What's the difference?

valiant | helm |


As an adjective valiant

is showing courage or determination; heroic.

As a proper noun helm is

the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

Helm vs Helmetdogsmawhelmet - What's the difference?

helm | helmetdogsmawhelmet |

Steer vs Helm - What's the difference?

steer | helm |


As a noun steer

is the castrated male of cattle, especially one raised for beef production or steer can be (informal) a suggestion about a course of action or steer can be (obsolete) a helmsman; a pilot.

As a verb steer

is to castrate (a male calf) or steer can be to guide the course of a vessel, vehicle, aircraft etc (by means of a device such as a rudder, paddle, or steering wheel).

As a proper noun helm is

the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

Elm vs Helm - What's the difference?

elm | helm |


As a symbol elm

is .

As a proper noun helm is

the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

Holm vs Helm - What's the difference?

holm | helm |


As a noun holm

is hem (margin of cloth).

As a proper noun helm is

the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

Helm vs Whelm - What's the difference?

helm | whelm |


As a proper noun helm

is the only named wind in the british isles blows westward form the pennine fells over cumbria and is often accompanied by a line of clouds on top of the hills called the helm bar.

As a verb whelm is

to cover; to submerge; to engulf; to bury.

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