nath

Nash vs Nath - What's the difference?

nash | nath |


As a pronoun nash

is they (all male or mixed group ).

As a proper noun nath is

.

Nath vs Nth - What's the difference?

nath | nth |


As a proper noun nath

is .

As an adjective nth is

(mathematics) occurring at position n in a sequence.

As a noun nth is

(mathematics) the item at position n in a sequence.

Tath vs Nath - What's the difference?

tath | nath |


As a noun tath

is the dung of livestock left on a field to serve as manure or fertiliser.

As a verb tath

is to manure (land) by pasturing cattle on it, or causing them to lie upon it.

As a proper noun nath is

.

Rath vs Nath - What's the difference?

rath | nath |


As a noun rath

is .

As a proper noun nath is

.

Nath vs Eath - What's the difference?

nath | eath |


As a proper noun nath

is .

As an adjective eath is

easy; not hard or difficult.

As an adverb eath is

easily.

Nath vs Cath - What's the difference?

nath | cath |


As a proper noun nath

is .

As a noun cath is

.

As a verb cath is

to fit (somebody) with a catheter.

Nath vs Lath - What's the difference?

nath | lath |


As a proper noun nath

is .

As a noun lath is

heat (in animals), rut or lath can be warrior.

Nah vs Nath - What's the difference?

nah | nath |


As an interjection nah

is .

As a proper noun nath is

.

Bath vs Nath - What's the difference?

bath | nath |


As a verb bath

is (label) drown.

As a proper noun nath is

.

Path vs Nath - What's the difference?

path | nath |


As a noun path

is a trail for the use of, or worn by, pedestrians.

As a verb path

is to make a path in, or on (something), or for (someone).

As a proper noun nath is

.

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