shend

Shend - What does it mean?

shend | |

Shende vs Shend - What's the difference?

shende | shend |


As verbs the difference between shende and shend

is that shende is while shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Shand vs Shend - What's the difference?

shand | shend |


As a noun shand

is shame; scandal; disgrace.

As an adjective shand

is worthless.

As a verb shend is

(obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Shend vs Sheld - What's the difference?

shend | sheld |


As a verb shend

is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

As an adjective sheld is

(uk|dialect) variegated; spotted; speckled; piebald.

Shend vs Hend - What's the difference?

shend | hend |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between shend and hend

is that shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

As verbs the difference between shend and hend

is that shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame while hend is (obsolete) to take hold of; to grasp, hold.

Shend vs Sheng - What's the difference?

shend | sheng |


As a verb shend

is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Sherd vs Shend - What's the difference?

sherd | shend |


As a noun sherd

is .

As a verb shend is

(obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Shent vs Shend - What's the difference?

shent | shend |


As verbs the difference between shent and shend

is that shent is (shend) while shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

Shend vs Scend - What's the difference?

shend | scend |


As a verb shend

is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

As a noun scend is

the rising motion of water as a wave passes; a surge.

Spend vs Shend - What's the difference?

spend | shend |


As verbs the difference between spend and shend

is that spend is to pay out (money) while shend is (obsolete) to disgrace or put to shame.

As a noun spend

is amount spent (during a period), expenditure.

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