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Me vs Le - What's the difference?

me | le |


As a pronoun me

is my; of mine.

As a verb le is

i leave, i leave behind.

Tomboy vs Le - What's the difference?

tomboy | le |


As a noun tomboy

is a girl who behaves in a typically boyish manner.

As a verb le is

i leave, i leave behind.

Le vs Agony - What's the difference?

le | agony |


As a verb le

is i leave, i leave behind.

As a noun agony is

violent contest or striving.

Have vs Le - What's the difference?

have | le |


As an adjective have

is gaunt; pale and thin.

As a verb le is

i leave, i leave behind.

De vs Le - What's the difference?

de | le |


As a proper noun de

is .

As a preposition de

is on (used only with the names of the days of the week).

As a verb le is

i leave, i leave behind.

Le vs Se - What's the difference?

le | se |


As a verb le

is i leave, i leave behind.

As an article se is

adjectival article for definite feminine singular adjectives in the genitive, dative and ablative cases.

Lo vs Le - What's the difference?

lo | le |


As a noun lo

is wolf.

As a verb le is

i leave, i leave behind.

Le vs L - What's the difference?

le | l |


As a verb le

is i leave, i leave behind.

As a letter l is

the twelfth letter of the.

As a symbol l is

symbol for liter or litre.

Le vs Pee - What's the difference?

le | pee |


As a verb le

is i leave, i leave behind.

As a noun pee is

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Le vs Functionarraykeys - What's the difference?

le | functionarraykeys |

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