paten

Paten vs Platen - What's the difference?

paten | platen |


As nouns the difference between paten and platen

is that paten is while platen is .

Pated vs Paten - What's the difference?

pated | paten |


As an adjective pated

is having a pate; -- used only in composition; as, long-pated; shallow-pated, twitterpated.

As a noun paten is

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Pater vs Paten - What's the difference?

pater | paten |


As nouns the difference between pater and paten

is that pater is father while paten is .

Eaten vs Paten - What's the difference?

eaten | paten |


As a verb eaten

is .

As an adjective eaten

is (especially in combination) that has been consumed by eating.

As a noun paten is

.

Paten vs Patten - What's the difference?

paten | patten |


As nouns the difference between paten and patten

is that paten is while patten is any of various types of footwear with thick soles, often used to elevate the foot, especially wooden clogs.

Paten vs Patena - What's the difference?

paten | patena |


As nouns the difference between paten and patena

is that paten is while patena is a paten (plate for the host in the eucharist).

Dish vs Paten - What's the difference?

dish | paten |


As an abbreviation dish

is .

As a noun paten is

.

Eucharist vs Paten - What's the difference?

eucharist | paten |


As a noun paten is

.

Host vs Paten - What's the difference?

host | paten |


As nouns the difference between host and paten

is that host is autumn (season) while paten is .

Plate vs Paten - What's the difference?

plate | paten |


As an adjective plate

is (heraldry) (strewn) with plates.

As a noun paten is

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