lith

Menhir vs Lith - What's the difference?

menhir | lith |


As nouns the difference between menhir and lith

is that menhir is menhir while lith is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

Lith - What does it mean?

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Lith vs Pith - What's the difference?

lith | pith |


As nouns the difference between lith and pith

is that lith is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence while pith is the soft, spongy substance in the center of the stems of many plants and trees.

As a verb pith is

to extract the pith from (a plant stem or tree).

Lich vs Lith - What's the difference?

lich | lith |


As nouns the difference between lich and lith

is that lich is (archaic) a corpse or dead body while lith is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

Gith vs Lith - What's the difference?

gith | lith |


As nouns the difference between gith and lith

is that gith is the corncockle while lith is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

Lith vs Lithy - What's the difference?

lith | lithy |


As a noun lith

is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

As an adjective lithy is

easily bent; pliable.

Lith vs Luth - What's the difference?

lith | luth |


As nouns the difference between lith and luth

is that lith is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence while luth is alternative form of.

Lgth vs Lith - What's the difference?

lgth | lith |


As an abbreviation lgth

is length.

As a noun lith is

a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

Lithe vs Lith - What's the difference?

lithe | lith |


As nouns the difference between lithe and lith

is that lithe is (scotland) shelter while lith is a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

As a verb lithe

is (obsolete) to go or lithe can be (obsolete) to become calm or lithe can be (obsolete) to give ear; attend; listen.

As an adjective lithe

is (obsolete) mild; calm.

Lieth vs Lith - What's the difference?

lieth | lith |


As a verb lieth

is (lie).

As a noun lith is

a limb; any member of the body or lith can be owndom; property or lith can be a gate; a gap in a fence.

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