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Manager vs Ower - What's the difference?

manager | ower |


As nouns the difference between manager and ower

is that manager is manager while ower is a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adverb ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adjective ower is

(geordie) over, too.

Ower vs Own - What's the difference?

ower | own |


As adjectives the difference between ower and own

is that ower is (geordie) over, too while own is belonging to; possessed; proper to.

As a noun ower

is a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As a verb own is

(lb) to have rightful possession of (property, goods or capital); "to possess by right; to have the right of property in; to have the legal right or rightful title to" (ref 1) or own can be (obsolete) to grant; give.

Ower vs Ownership - What's the difference?

ower | ownership |


As nouns the difference between ower and ownership

is that ower is a person who owes money while ownership is the state of having complete legal control of the status of something.

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adjective ower

is (geordie) over, too.

Ower vs Bian - What's the difference?

ower | bian |


As a noun ower

is a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adjective ower

is (geordie) over, too.

Ower vs Owre - What's the difference?

ower | owre |


As nouns the difference between ower and owre

is that ower is a person who owes money while owre is .

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adjective ower

is (geordie) over, too.

Ower vs Dower - What's the difference?

ower | dower |


As nouns the difference between ower and dower

is that ower is a person who owes money while dower is (legal) the part of or interest in a deceased husband's property provided to his widow, usually in the form of a life estate.

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adjective ower

is (geordie) over, too.

As a verb dower is

to give a dower or dowry.

Bower vs Ower - What's the difference?

bower | ower |


As a proper noun bower

is .

As a noun ower is

a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adverb ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adjective ower is

(geordie) over, too.

Ower vs Fower - What's the difference?

ower | fower |


As nouns the difference between ower and fower

is that ower is a person who owes money while fower is (early modern english|dated) one who cleans (fows), as in cooking utensils or house maintenance or fower can be the digit in the nato phonetic alphabet it is pronounced with two syllables, to prevent possible accidental confusion with other digits.

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adjective ower

is (geordie) over, too.

Wer vs Ower - What's the difference?

wer | ower |


As an initialism wer

is .

As a noun ower is

a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adverb ower is

(geordie) over.

As an adjective ower is

(geordie) over, too.

Ower vs Cower - What's the difference?

ower | cower |


As a noun ower

is a person who owes money.

As a preposition ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adverb ower

is (geordie) over.

As an adjective ower

is (geordie) over, too.

As a verb cower is

to crouch or cringe, or to avoid or shy away from something, in fear or cower can be (obsolete|transitive) to cherish with care.

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