seah

Terms vs Seah - What's the difference?

terms | seah |


As nouns the difference between terms and seah

is that terms is while seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

Seah vs Shah - What's the difference?

seah | shah |


As a noun seah

is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

As a proper noun shah is

a common surname in india.

Seah vs Sech - What's the difference?

seah | sech |


As a noun seah

is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

As an abbreviation sech is

(mathematics) the hyperbolic secant function.

As an adjective sech is

(southern us).

Seah vs Seal - What's the difference?

seah | seal |


As nouns the difference between seah and seal

is that seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah while seal is sea, air, land (used as a name of a military unit).

Seat vs Seah - What's the difference?

seat | seah |


As nouns the difference between seat and seah

is that seat is (us|aviation|firefighting|acronym) single engine air tanker while seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

Seah vs Sean - What's the difference?

seah | sean |


As nouns the difference between seah and sean

is that seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah while sean is sign, omen.

As a verb sean is

to mark with a sign, to bless or sean can be to deny:.

Sesh vs Seah - What's the difference?

sesh | seah |


As nouns the difference between sesh and seah

is that sesh is (colloquial) a period of time spent engaged in some group activity while seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

Sear vs Seah - What's the difference?

sear | seah |


As nouns the difference between sear and seah

is that sear is a scar produced by searing while seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

As an adjective sear

is dry; withered, especially of vegetation.

As a verb sear

is to char, scorch, or burn the surface of something with a hot instrument.

Jeah vs Seah - What's the difference?

jeah | seah |


As an adverb jeah

is (slang|nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.

As an interjection jeah

is (slang|nonstandard) variant of yeah; yes.

As a noun seah is

a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

Seak vs Seah - What's the difference?

seak | seah |


As nouns the difference between seak and seah

is that seak is soap prepared for use in milling cloth while seah is a jewish dry measure, one third of an ephah.

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