ridder

Ridder vs Rodder - What's the difference?

ridder | rodder |


As nouns the difference between ridder and rodder

is that ridder is one who, or that which, rids while rodder is (informal) a hot rod enthusiast.

Ridder vs Kidder - What's the difference?

ridder | kidder |


As nouns the difference between ridder and kidder

is that ridder is one who, or that which, rids while kidder is one who kids, or teases light-heartedly or kidder can be (informal) a kidderminster (carpet).

Ridder vs Redder - What's the difference?

ridder | redder |


As a noun ridder

is one who, or that which, rids.

As an adjective redder is

(red).

Ridden vs Ridder - What's the difference?

ridden | ridder |


As a verb ridden

is or ridden can be .

As an adjective ridden

is full of.

As a noun ridder is

one who, or that which, rids.

Rid vs Ridder - What's the difference?

rid | ridder |


As an adjective rid

is released from an obligation, problem, etc (usually followed by "of").

As a verb rid

is to free from something or rid can be (obsolete) (ride).

As a noun ridder is

one who, or that which, rids.

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