lazes

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 Lazes - What's the difference?

lates | lazes |


As a noun lates

is plural of late.

As a verb lazes is

third-person singular of laze.

Lazes vs Lases - What's the difference?

lazes | lases |


As verbs the difference between lazes and lases

is that lazes is third-person singular of laze while lases is third-person singular of lase.

Razes vs Lazes - What's the difference?

razes | lazes |


As verbs the difference between razes and lazes

is that razes is third-person singular of raze while lazes is third-person singular of laze.

Nazes vs Lazes - What's the difference?

nazes | lazes |


As a noun nazes

is plural of naze.

As a verb lazes is

third-person singular of laze.

Lazes vs Lazer - What's the difference?

lazes | lazer |


As a verb lazes

is third-person singular of laze.

As a noun lazer is

misspelling of lang=en.

Lazes vs Lades - What's the difference?

lazes | lades |


As verbs the difference between lazes and lades

is that lazes is third-person singular of laze while lades is third-person singular of lade.

Hazes vs Lazes - What's the difference?

hazes | lazes |


As a noun hazes

is plural of lang=en.

As a verb lazes is

third-person singular of laze.

Lazes vs Sazes - What's the difference?

lazes | sazes |


As a verb lazes

is third-person singular of laze.

As a noun sazes is

plural of saz.

Lares vs Lazes - What's the difference?

lares | lazes |


As a noun Lares

is the classical Roman gods of a place, particularly homes; household deity.

As a verb lazes is

third-person singular of laze.

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