sayd

Sard vs Sayd - What's the difference?

sard | sayd |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sard and sayd

is that sard is (obsolete) to seduce (a woman) while sayd is (obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

As verbs the difference between sard and sayd

is that sard is (obsolete) to seduce (a woman) while sayd is (label).

As a noun sard

is (mineral) a variety of carnelian, of a rich reddish yellow or brownish red color.

As an adjective sayd is

(obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Sayd vs Sad - What's the difference?

sayd | sad |


As a verb sayd

is (label).

As an adjective sayd

is (obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

As a noun sad is

grain; harvested seeds.

Saye vs Sayd - What's the difference?

saye | sayd |


As verbs the difference between saye and sayd

is that saye is while sayd is (label).

As an adjective sayd is

(obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Sayd vs Sayde - What's the difference?

sayd | sayde |


As verbs the difference between sayd and sayde

is that sayd is (label) while sayde is .

As an adjective sayd

is (obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Saad vs Sayd - What's the difference?

saad | sayd |


As a noun saad

is the letter in the arabic script.

As a verb sayd is

(label).

As an adjective sayd is

(obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Says vs Sayd - What's the difference?

says | sayd |


As verbs the difference between says and sayd

is that says is (say) while sayd is (label).

As an adjective sayd is

(obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Sand vs Sayd - What's the difference?

sand | sayd |


As verbs the difference between sand and sayd

is that sand is while sayd is (label).

As an adjective sayd is

(obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Said vs Sayd - What's the difference?

said | sayd |


As verbs the difference between said and sayd

is that said is (say) while sayd is (label).

As adjectives the difference between said and sayd

is that said is mentioned earlier while sayd is (obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

As a determiner said

is mentioned earlier.

Hamlet vs Sayd - What's the difference?

hamlet | sayd |


As a noun hamlet

is a small village or a group of houses.

As a verb sayd is

(label).

As an adjective sayd is

(obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

Shakespeare vs Sayd - What's the difference?

shakespeare | sayd |

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