lind

Hose vs Lind - What's the difference?

hose | lind |


As a noun hose

is trousers.

As a proper noun lind is

.

Lind vs Hind - What's the difference?

lind | hind |


As a proper noun lind

is .

As an adjective hind is

located at the rear (most often said of animals' body parts).

As a noun hind is

a female deer, especially a red deer at least two years old or hind can be (archaic) a servant, especially an agricultural labourer.

Lind vs Lin - What's the difference?

lind | lin |


As a proper noun lind

is .

As a noun lin is

flax or lin can be ling (fish).

Blind vs Lind - What's the difference?

blind | lind |


As an adjective blind

is (not comparable|of a person or animal) unable to see, due to physiological or neurological factors.

As a noun blind

is a covering for a window to keep out light the may be made of cloth or of narrow slats that can block light or allow it to pass.

As a verb blind

is to make temporarily or permanently blind.

As an adverb blind

is without seeing; unseeingly.

As a proper noun lind is

.

Lind vs Lindy - What's the difference?

lind | lindy |


As proper nouns the difference between lind and lindy

is that lind is while lindy is a pet form of female given names, such as linda and lindsay.

As a noun lindy is

a dance step.

Lind vs Lined - What's the difference?

lind | lined |


As a proper noun lind

is .

As an adjective lined is

having a lining, an inner layer or covering.

As a verb lined is

(line).

Lind vs Ling - What's the difference?

lind | ling |


As a proper noun lind

is .

Lino vs Lind - What's the difference?

lino | lind |


As proper nouns the difference between lino and lind

is that lino is , akin to linus while lind is .

Lind vs Tind - What's the difference?

lind | tind |


As a proper noun lind

is .

As a verb tind is

(obsolete) to ignite, kindle.

As a noun tind is

a prong or something projecting like a prong; an animal's horn; a branch or limb of a tree; a protruding arm.

Lint vs Lind - What's the difference?

lint | lind |


As a noun lint

is a fine material made by scraping cotton or linen cloth; used for dressing wounds.

As a proper noun lind is

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