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Hend vs Tend - What's the difference?

hend | tend |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between hend and tend

is that hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold while tend is (obsolete) to be attentive to; to note carefully; to attend to.

As verbs the difference between hend and tend

is that hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold while tend is to kindle; ignite; set on fire; light; inflame; burn or tend can be (legal|old english law) to make a tender of; to offer or tender or tend can be (with to) to look after (eg an ill person).

Hend vs Fend - What's the difference?

hend | fend |


As verbs the difference between hend and fend

is that hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold while fend is to take care of oneself, to take responsibility for oneself.

As a noun fend is

an enemy; fiend; the devil.

Pend vs Hend - What's the difference?

pend | hend |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between pend and hend

is that pend is (obsolete) to hang down while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

As verbs the difference between pend and hend

is that pend is (obsolete) to hang down or pend can be (obsolete|transitive) to pen; to confine or pend can be to consider pending; to delay or postpone (something) while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

As a noun pend

is (scotland) an archway; especially, a vaulted passageway leading through a tenement-style building from the main street, giving access to the rear of the building or an internal courtyard or pend can be (india) oil cake.

Hend vs Jobrael - What's the difference?

hend | jobrael |

Shend vs Hend - What's the difference?

shend | hend |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between shend and hend

is that shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

As verbs the difference between shend and hend

is that shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

Mend vs Hend - What's the difference?

mend | hend |


As verbs the difference between mend and hend

is that mend is to feed while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

Hend vs Hed - What's the difference?

hend | hed |


As a verb hend

is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

As a noun hed is

(journalism|slang) the headline of a news story.

Heng vs Hend - What's the difference?

heng | hend |


As a noun heng

is a character (ꜧ), combining an h and an eng, which stands for the hypothetical phoneme in english which includes both [h] and [ŋ] as its allophones.

As a verb hend is

(obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

Hend vs Hind - What's the difference?

hend | hind |


As a verb hend

is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

As an adjective hind is

located at the rear (most often said of animals' body parts).

As a noun hind is

a female deer, especially a red deer at least two years old or hind can be (archaic) a servant, especially an agricultural labourer.

Wend vs Hend - What's the difference?

wend | hend |


As a noun wend

is a member of a slavic people from the borders of germany and poland; a sorb; a kashub.

As a verb hend is

(obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

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