ingate

Ingate vs Inate - What's the difference?

ingate | inate |


As a noun ingate

is (obsolete) entrance; ingress.

As an adjective inate is

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Ingate vs Ingage - What's the difference?

ingate | ingage |


As a noun ingate

is (obsolete) entrance; ingress.

As a verb ingage is

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Innate vs Ingate - What's the difference?

innate | ingate |


As an adjective innate

is inborn; native; natural; as, innate vigor; innate eloquence.

As a verb innate

is to cause to exist; to call into being.

As a noun ingate is

(obsolete) entrance; ingress.

Ingate vs Ingrate - What's the difference?

ingate | ingrate |


As nouns the difference between ingate and ingrate

is that ingate is (obsolete) entrance; ingress while ingrate is an ungrateful person.

As an adjective ingrate is

(obsolete|poetic) ungrateful.

Ingate vs Inmate - What's the difference?

ingate | inmate |


As nouns the difference between ingate and inmate

is that ingate is (obsolete) entrance; ingress while inmate is a person confined to an institution such as a prison (as a convict) or hospital (as a patient).

Ingate vs Gate - What's the difference?

ingate | gate |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between ingate and gate

is that ingate is (obsolete) the aperture in a mould for pouring in the metal; the gate while gate is (obsolete) a journey.

As nouns the difference between ingate and gate

is that ingate is (obsolete) entrance; ingress while gate is (senseid)a doorlike structure outside a house or gate can be a way, path.

As a verb gate is

to keep something inside by means of a closed gate.