hotr

Hotr vs Hots - What's the difference?

hotr | hots |


As nouns the difference between hotr and hots

is that hotr is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service while hots is (slang) to have the "hots" for someone means to be physically attracted to them.

Hotr vs Hoer - What's the difference?

hotr | hoer |


As a noun hotr

is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service.

As an adjective hoer is

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Hote vs Hotr - What's the difference?

hote | hotr |


As a verb hote

is (obsolete) to command; to enjoin.

As a noun hotr is

(hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service.

Hott vs Hotr - What's the difference?

hott | hotr |


As nouns the difference between hott and hotr

is that hott is extractor hood while hotr is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service.

Hotr vs Hoar - What's the difference?

hotr | hoar |


As nouns the difference between hotr and hoar

is that hotr is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service while hoar is a white or greyish-white colour.

As an adjective hoar is

of a white or greyish-white colour.

As a verb hoar is

(obsolete|intransitive) to become mouldy or musty.

Hor vs Hotr - What's the difference?

hor | hotr |


As nouns the difference between hor and hotr

is that hor is pot-hook or hor can be adultery, fornication or hor can be the lover of a married woman while hotr is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service.

Hot vs Hotr - What's the difference?

hot | hotr |


As nouns the difference between hot and hotr

is that hot is a whit, a bit while hotr is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service.

Hour vs Hotr - What's the difference?

hour | hotr |


As nouns the difference between hour and hotr

is that hour is a time period of sixty minutes; one twenty-fourth of a day while hotr is (hinduism) the priest who recites invocations and litanies during the yajna service.