massa

Master vs Massa - What's the difference?

master | massa |


As nouns the difference between master and massa

is that master is (l) (original version of a document or of a recording) while massa is a mass.

As a verb massa is

to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church.

Pass vs Massa - What's the difference?

pass | massa |


As nouns the difference between pass and massa

is that pass is pass (between mountains ) while massa is a mass.

As a verb massa is

to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church.

Missa vs Massa - What's the difference?

missa | massa |


As nouns the difference between missa and massa

is that missa is (music) a mass, in the sense of a composition setting several sung parts of the liturgic service (most often chosen from the ordinary parts kyrie, gloria, credo, agnus dei and/or sanctus) to music, notably when the text in latin is used (as long universally prescribed by rome) while massa is a mass.

As a verb massa is

to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church.

Bassa vs Massa - What's the difference?

bassa | massa |


As a proper noun bassa

is the parts of switzerland that are lower than grisons.

As a noun massa is

a mass.

As a verb massa is

to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church.

Massy vs Massa - What's the difference?

massy | massa |


As nouns the difference between massy and massa

is that massy is while massa is a mass.

As an adjective massy

is heavy; massive.

As a verb massa is

to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church.

Massa vs Masa - What's the difference?

massa | masa |


As verbs the difference between massa and masa

is that massa is to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church while masa is to.

As a noun massa

is a mass.

Mass vs Massa - What's the difference?

mass | massa |


As nouns the difference between mass and massa

is that mass is march while massa is a mass.

As a verb massa is

to mass, to sing/speak (as if) in church.