raik

Raik vs Kaik - What's the difference?

raik | kaik |


As nouns the difference between raik and kaik

is that raik is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze while kaik is .

As a verb raik

is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Craik vs Raik - What's the difference?

craik | raik |


As a proper noun craik

is a town in saskatchewan, canada.

As a noun raik is

(in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze.

As a verb raik is

(in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Raik vs Rai - What's the difference?

raik | rai |


As nouns the difference between raik and rai

is that raik is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze while rai is a member of an ancient indigenous ethnolinguistic group of nepal.

As a verb raik

is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Raik vs Naik - What's the difference?

raik | naik |


As nouns the difference between raik and naik

is that raik is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze while naik is a lord or governor in south asia.

As a verb raik

is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Rank vs Raik - What's the difference?

rank | raik |


As an adjective rank

is heavy, serious, grievous.

As a noun raik is

(in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze.

As a verb raik is

(in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Raip vs Raik - What's the difference?

raip | raik |


As nouns the difference between raip and raik

is that raip is (scotland) a rope while raik is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze.

As a verb raik is

(in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Raik vs Raim - What's the difference?

raik | raim |


As verbs the difference between raik and raim

is that raik is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze while raim is .

As a noun raik

is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze.

Rawk vs Raik - What's the difference?

rawk | raik |


As nouns the difference between rawk and raik

is that rawk is while raik is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze.

As verbs the difference between rawk and raik

is that rawk is while raik is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

Raik vs Raid - What's the difference?

raik | raid |


As a noun raik

is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze.

As a verb raik

is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

As an acronym raid is

(computing) a redundant array of inexpensive disks, or, less frequently restated as a redundant array of independent disks.

Raik vs Rais - What's the difference?

raik | rais |


As nouns the difference between raik and rais

is that raik is (in scotland and northern england) a walk, or a journey taken on foot; the movement of animals while grazing; the pastureland over which animals graze while rais is .

As a verb raik

is (in scotland and northern england) to walk; to graze.

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