ridder

Widder vs Ridder - What's the difference?

widder | ridder |


As nouns the difference between widder and ridder

is that widder is while ridder is one who, or that which, rids.

Ridder vs Vidder - What's the difference?

ridder | vidder |


As nouns the difference between ridder and vidder

is that ridder is one who, or that which, rids while vidder is a person who creates fanvids.

Bidder vs Ridder - What's the difference?

bidder | ridder |


As nouns the difference between bidder and ridder

is that bidder is someone who bids, eg at an auction while ridder is one who, or that which, rids.

Ridder vs Riddler - What's the difference?

ridder | riddler |


As nouns the difference between ridder and riddler

is that ridder is one who, or that which, rids while riddler is a puzzler; one who asks riddles.

Nidder vs Ridder - What's the difference?

nidder | ridder |


As a verb nidder

is to keep down or under.

As a noun ridder is

one who, or that which, rids.

Ridded vs Ridder - What's the difference?

ridded | ridder |


As a verb ridded

is (rid).

As a noun ridder is

one who, or that which, rids.

Rudder vs Ridder - What's the difference?

rudder | ridder |


As nouns the difference between rudder and ridder

is that rudder is (nautical) an underwater vane used to steer a vessel the rudder is controlled by means of a wheel, tiller or other apparatus (modern vessels can be controlled even with a joystick or an autopilot) while ridder is one who, or that which, rids.

Ridder vs Jidder - What's the difference?

ridder | jidder |


As nouns the difference between ridder and jidder

is that ridder is one who, or that which, rids while jidder is (often|in the plural).

Ridder vs Rider - What's the difference?

ridder | rider |


As a noun ridder

is one who, or that which, rids.

As a proper noun rider is

more often spelled ryder.

Didder vs Ridder - What's the difference?

didder | ridder |


As a verb didder

is to rattle or shiver.

As a noun ridder is

one who, or that which, rids.

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