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Reet - What does it mean?

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Reet vs Die - What's the difference?

reet | die |


As proper nouns the difference between reet and die

is that reet is , a cognate of english margaret or greta while die is god.

Rate vs Reet - What's the difference?

rate | reet |


As a noun rate

is rot (process of something decaying or rotting ).

As a proper noun reet is

, a cognate of english margaret or greta.

Reet vs Freet - What's the difference?

reet | freet |


As a proper noun reet

is , a cognate of english margaret or greta.

As a noun freet is

a superstitious notion or belief with respect to any action or event as a good or a bad omen; a superstition.

As a verb freet is

.

Reet vs Neet - What's the difference?

reet | neet |


As a proper noun reet

is , a cognate of english margaret or greta.

As a noun neet is

alternative form of neet.

Reet vs Rewet - What's the difference?

reet | rewet |


As a proper noun reet

is , a cognate of english margaret or greta.

As a verb rewet is

to wet again.

As a noun rewet is

a gunlock.

Ree vs Reet - What's the difference?

ree | reet |


As a proper noun reet is

, a cognate of english margaret or greta.

Reet vs Reed - What's the difference?

reet | reed |


As proper nouns the difference between reet and reed

is that reet is , a cognate of english margaret or greta while reed is , a spelling variant of reid.

Relet vs Reet - What's the difference?

relet | reet |


As a verb relet

is to let a property again.

As a noun relet

is a property that has been let again.

As a proper noun reet is

, a cognate of english margaret or greta.

Reet vs Geet - What's the difference?

reet | geet |


As a proper noun reet

is , a cognate of english margaret or greta.

As an adjective geet is

(geordie) great.

As an adverb geet is

(geordie) very.

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