olden

Olden - What does it mean?

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Seg vs Olden - What's the difference?

seg | olden |


As a noun seg

is (archaic) a man; warrior; hero or seg can be (uk|scotland|dialect) a castrated bull or seg can be segregation or seg can be a metal stud or plate fixed to the sole or heel of a shoe to prevent excessive wear also known as a blakey or seg can be sedge.

As an adjective olden is

from or relating to a previous era.

As a verb olden is

to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

Older vs Olden - What's the difference?

older | olden |


As adjectives the difference between older and olden

is that older is (old), elder, senior while olden is from or relating to a previous era.

As a verb olden is

to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

Bolden vs Olden - What's the difference?

bolden | olden |


As verbs the difference between bolden and olden

is that bolden is to make bold; to embolden while olden is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

As an adjective olden is

from or relating to a previous era.

Olden vs Holden - What's the difference?

olden | holden |


As an adjective olden

is from or relating to a previous era.

As a verb olden

is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

As a proper noun holden is

(male).

Olden vs Oldmen - What's the difference?

olden | oldmen |


As an adjective olden

is from or relating to a previous era.

As a verb olden

is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

As a noun oldmen is

.

Olden vs Loden - What's the difference?

olden | loden |


As adjectives the difference between olden and loden

is that olden is from or relating to a previous era while loden is of a dark green colour, like that of loden cloth.

As a verb olden

is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

As a noun loden is

a thick waterproof cloth used for garments.

Olden vs Golden - What's the difference?

olden | golden |


As an adjective olden

is from or relating to a previous era.

As a verb olden

is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

As a proper noun golden is

.

Olden vs Olde - What's the difference?

olden | olde |


As adjectives the difference between olden and olde

is that olden is from or relating to a previous era while olde is (archaic) old.

As a verb olden

is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.

Olden vs Yolden - What's the difference?

olden | yolden |


As verbs the difference between olden and yolden

is that olden is to grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age while yolden is (obsolete) past participle of (l).

As an adjective olden

is from or relating to a previous era.

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