reapest

Leapest vs Reapest - What's the difference?

leapest | reapest |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between leapest and reapest

is that leapest is (archaic) (leap) while reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

As verbs the difference between leapest and reapest

is that leapest is (archaic) (leap) while reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

Reapest vs Realest - What's the difference?

reapest | realest |


As a verb reapest

is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

As an adjective realest is

(real).

Readest vs Reapest - What's the difference?

readest | reapest |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between readest and reapest

is that readest is (archaic) second person singular, present tense of read while reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

As verbs the difference between readest and reapest

is that readest is (archaic) second person singular, present tense of read while reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

Rearest vs Reapest - What's the difference?

rearest | reapest |


As an adjective rearest

is (rear).

As a verb reapest is

(archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

Reapest vs Heapest - What's the difference?

reapest | heapest |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between reapest and heapest

is that reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap while heapest is (archaic) (heap).

As verbs the difference between reapest and heapest

is that reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap while heapest is (archaic) (heap).

Reap vs Reapest - What's the difference?

reap | reapest |


As verbs the difference between reap and reapest

is that reap is to cut with a sickle, scythe, or reaping machine, as grain; to gather, as a harvest, by cutting while reapest is (archaic) second-person singular present simple form of reap .

As a noun reap

is a bundle of grain; a handful of grain laid down by the reaper as it is cut.