hirn

Hirn vs Hisn - What's the difference?

hirn | hisn |


As a noun hirn

is corner; nook; hiding-place.

As a pronoun hisn is

his.

Hern vs Hirn - What's the difference?

hern | hirn |


As nouns the difference between hern and hirn

is that hern is (obsolete|or|dialectal) corner or hern can be (dialectal|or|poetic) heron while hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place.

As a pronoun hern

is hers; her own.

Hirn vs Girn - What's the difference?

hirn | girn |


As nouns the difference between hirn and girn

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while girn is a vocalization similar to a cat's purring.

As a verb girn is

(label) to grimace; to snarl.

Hirn vs Pirn - What's the difference?

hirn | pirn |


As nouns the difference between hirn and pirn

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while pirn is a cone shaped spool or bobbin on which thread or yarn is wound used most often for weaving.

Hirn vs Hire - What's the difference?

hirn | hire |


As nouns the difference between hirn and hire

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while hire is .

Hir vs Hirn - What's the difference?

hir | hirn |


As nouns the difference between hir and hirn

is that hir is news, information while hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place.

Hirn vs Hin - What's the difference?

hirn | hin |


As nouns the difference between hirn and hin

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while hin is an ancient hebrew unit of liquid measurement, approximately 048 litre.

Hirn vs Hirs - What's the difference?

hirn | hirs |


As a noun hirn

is corner; nook; hiding-place.

As a pronoun hirs is

(neologism) that which belongs to hir, theirs (singular).

Hirn vs Hird - What's the difference?

hirn | hird |


As nouns the difference between hirn and hird

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while hird is (historical) in norwegian history, an informal retinue of personal armed companions, hirdmen or housecarls.

Hirn vs Firn - What's the difference?

hirn | firn |


As nouns the difference between hirn and firn

is that hirn is corner; nook; hiding-place while firn is a type of old snow which has gone through multiple thaw and refreeze cycles and thus is made of numerous small icy grains, though it is not nearly as saturated with water as snow-cone slush is; can be hard or somewhat soft depending on recent and current weather conditions.

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