sage

Sage vs Rage - What's the difference?

sage | rage |


As verbs the difference between sage and rage

is that sage is first-person singular indicative present form of while rage is .

Suage vs Sage - What's the difference?

suage | sage |


As verbs the difference between suage and sage

is that suage is (obsolete) to assuage while sage is first-person singular indicative present form of .

Swage vs Sage - What's the difference?

swage | sage |


As verbs the difference between swage and sage

is that swage is to bend or shape through use of a swage or swage can be while sage is first-person singular indicative present form of .

As a noun swage

is a tool, used by blacksmiths and other metalworkers, for cold shaping of a metal item.

Gage vs Sage - What's the difference?

gage | sage |


As verbs the difference between gage and sage

is that gage is while sage is first-person singular indicative present form of .

Sage vs Saged - What's the difference?

sage | saged |


As verbs the difference between sage and saged

is that sage is first-person singular indicative present form of while saged is (sage).

Cage vs Sage - What's the difference?

cage | sage |


As a proper noun cage

is .

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Sate vs Sage - What's the difference?

sate | sage |


As verbs the difference between sate and sage

is that sate is while sage is first-person singular indicative present form of .

Kage vs Sage - What's the difference?

kage | sage |


As a noun kage

is (archaic) a chantry chapel enclosed with latticework or screenwork.

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Oregano vs Sage - What's the difference?

oregano | sage |


As a noun oregano

is (l).

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

Oracle vs Sage - What's the difference?

oracle | sage |


As a proper noun oracle

is (computing) a database management system (and its associated software) developed by the.

As a verb sage is

first-person singular indicative present form of .

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