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Rine - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Rine - What's the difference?

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As a verb rine is

to touch.

As a noun rine is

a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

Rine vs Frine - What's the difference?

rine | frine |


In uk|_|dialectal|lang=en terms the difference between rine and frine

is that rine is a watercourse or ditch while frine is to grumble, whine, or whimper; fret; show discontent; murmur; complain.

As verbs the difference between rine and frine

is that rine is to touch while frine is to grumble, whine, or whimper; fret; show discontent; murmur; complain.

As a noun rine

is a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

Rine vs Kine - What's the difference?

rine | kine |


As a verb rine

is to touch.

As a noun rine

is a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

As an article kine is

a.

As a numeral kine is

one.

Rine vs Rune - What's the difference?

rine | rune |


As nouns the difference between rine and rune

is that rine is a watercourse or ditch or rine can be while rune is air-hole (of a chimney).

As a verb rine

is to touch.

Rize vs Rine - What's the difference?

rize | rine |


As verbs the difference between rize and rine

is that rize is while rine is to touch.

As a noun rine is

a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

Urine vs Rine - What's the difference?

urine | rine |


As nouns the difference between urine and rine

is that urine is urine while rine is a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

As a verb rine is

to touch.

Fine vs Rine - What's the difference?

fine | rine |


As verbs the difference between fine and rine

is that fine is while rine is to touch.

As a noun rine is

a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

Rine vs Pine - What's the difference?

rine | pine |


As verbs the difference between rine and pine

is that rine is to touch while pine is .

As a noun rine

is a watercourse or ditch or rine can be .

Rine vs Tine - What's the difference?

rine | tine |


As nouns the difference between rine and tine

is that rine is a watercourse or ditch or rine can be while tine is large wine barrel.

As a verb rine

is to touch.

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