lawes

Lawes - What does it mean?

lawes | |

Lazes vs Lawes - What's the difference?

lazes | lawes |


As a verb lazes

is third-person singular of laze.

As a noun lawes is

plural of lang=en.

Lates vs Lawes - What's the difference?

lates | lawes |


As nouns the difference between lates and lawes

is that lates is plural of late while lawes is plural of lang=en.

Lawes vs Lanes - What's the difference?

lawes | lanes |


As nouns the difference between lawes and lanes

is that lawes is plural of lang=en while lanes is plural of lang=en.

Lawes vs Laws - What's the difference?

lawes | laws |


As nouns the difference between lawes and laws

is that lawes is plural of lang=en while laws is plural of lang=en.

Lawes vs Lases - What's the difference?

lawes | lases |


As a noun lawes

is .

As a verb lases is

.

Lakes vs Lawes - What's the difference?

lakes | lawes |


As nouns the difference between lakes and lawes

is that lakes is while lawes is .

As a verb lakes

is (lake).

Lawes vs Lawks - What's the difference?

lawes | lawks |


As a noun lawes

is plural of lang=en.

As an interjection lawks is

lord! especially as an expression of surprise.

Lawes vs Lawer - What's the difference?

lawes | lawer |


As nouns the difference between lawes and lawer

is that lawes is plural of lang=en while lawer is obsolete form of lang=en.

Lawed vs Lawes - What's the difference?

lawed | lawes |


As a verb lawed

is past tense of lawe.

As a noun lawes is

plural of lang=en.

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