milken

Terms vs Milken - What's the difference?

terms | milken |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective milken is

(obsolete) consisting of milk.

Milken vs Milked - What's the difference?

milken | milked |


As an adjective milken

is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As a verb milked is

(milk).

Milken vs Milkmen - What's the difference?

milken | milkmen |


As an adjective milken

is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As a noun milkmen is

.

Silken vs Milken - What's the difference?

silken | milken |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between silken and milken

is that silken is (obsolete) dressed in silk while milken is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As adjectives the difference between silken and milken

is that silken is made of silk while milken is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As a verb silken

is to render silken or silklike.

Milden vs Milken - What's the difference?

milden | milken |


As a verb milden

is to make or become mild or milder.

As an adjective milken is

(obsolete) consisting of milk.

Milken vs Misken - What's the difference?

milken | misken |


As an adjective milken

is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As a verb misken is

to mistake one for another; mistake in point of knowledge or recognition; misconceive.

Milker vs Milken - What's the difference?

milker | milken |


As a noun milker

is a dairy cow.

As an adjective milken is

(obsolete) consisting of milk.

Milken vs Mirken - What's the difference?

milken | mirken |


As an adjective milken

is (obsolete) consisting of milk.

As a verb mirken is

to grow dark.