seye

Seye vs Scye - What's the difference?

seye | scye |


As a verb seye

is .

As a noun scye is

an armhole (or, occasionally, a leghole) in tailoring and dressmaking.

Seye vs Seyde - What's the difference?

seye | seyde |


As verbs the difference between seye and seyde

is that seye is obsolete spelling of say while seyde is obsolete spelling of said; Past tense of say|nocap=1.

Seye vs Sene - What's the difference?

seye | sene |


As a verb seye

is .

As an adjective sene is

wise; sage.

As a noun sene is

wiseman; sage.

Eye vs Seye - What's the difference?

eye | seye |


As a proper noun eye

is (uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

As a verb seye is

.

Stye vs Seye - What's the difference?

stye | seye |


As a noun stye

is (disease) a bacterial infection in the eyelash or eyelid.

As a verb seye is

.

See vs Seye - What's the difference?

see | seye |


As a noun see

is .

As a verb seye is

.

Seme vs Seye - What's the difference?

seme | seye |


As verbs the difference between seme and seye

is that seme is while seye is .

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