namely

Namely vs Like - What's the difference?

namely | like |


As an adverb namely

is especially, above all.

Namely vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

namely | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between namely and chiefly

is that namely is especially, above all while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Namely vs Example - What's the difference?

namely | example |


As an adverb namely

is especially, above all.

As a noun example is

something that is representative of all such things in a group.

As a verb example is

to be illustrated or exemplified (by).

Namely vs Primarily - What's the difference?

namely | primarily |


As adverbs the difference between namely and primarily

is that namely is especially, above all while primarily is (focus) of a primary or central nature, first and foremost.

Specially vs Namely - What's the difference?

specially | namely |


As adverbs the difference between specially and namely

is that specially is for a special purpose while namely is especially, above all.

Named vs Namely - What's the difference?

named | namely |


As an adjective named

is having a name.

As a verb named

is (name).

As an adverb namely is

especially, above all.

Namely vs Same - What's the difference?

namely | same |


As an adverb namely

is especially, above all.

As a noun same is

dog's, excrements.

Namely vs Wit - What's the difference?

namely | wit |


As an adverb namely

is especially, above all.

Namely vs Asfollows - What's the difference?

namely | asfollows |

Including vs Namely - What's the difference?

including | namely |


As a preposition including

is such as, among which;.

As a verb including

is .

As an adverb namely is

especially, above all.

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