mah

Wikidiffcom vs Mah - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | mah |


As an interjection mah is

baa (cry of sheep).

Mah - What does it mean?

mah | |

Mah vs Pah - What's the difference?

mah | pah |


As interjections the difference between mah and pah

is that mah is baa (cry of sheep) while pah is used to express distaste, disgust or outrage.

As a noun pah is

(maori fort).

Mah vs Dah - What's the difference?

mah | dah |


As an interjection mah

is baa (cry of sheep).

As a symbol dah is

.

Mac vs Mah - What's the difference?

mac | mah |


As a noun mac

is match.

As an interjection mah is

baa (cry of sheep).

Mah vs Gah - What's the difference?

mah | gah |


As interjections the difference between mah and gah

is that mah is baa (cry of sheep) while gah is .

Mad vs Mah - What's the difference?

mad | mah |


As a pronoun mad

is .

As an interjection mah is

baa (cry of sheep).

Cah vs Mah - What's the difference?

cah | mah |


As a noun cah

is (us|eastern massachusetts).

As an interjection mah is

baa (cry of sheep).

Rah vs Mah - What's the difference?

rah | mah |


As interjections the difference between rah and mah

is that rah is an exclamation of encouragement while mah is baa (cry of sheep).

As a noun rah

is (british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

As an adjective rah

is (british) posh.

Mah vs Mam - What's the difference?

mah | mam |


As an interjection mah

is baa (cry of sheep).

As a proper noun mam is

a mayan language spoken in the mexican state of chiapas and the guatemalan departments of quetzaltenango, huehuetenango, san marcos, and retalhuleu.

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