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sokes

Sokes vs Sores - What's the difference?

sokes | sores |


As nouns the difference between sokes and sores

is that sokes is plural of soke while sores is plural of lang=en.

Sokes vs Stokes - What's the difference?

sokes | stokes |


As a noun sokes

is .

As a proper noun stokes is

.

Sokes vs Rokes - What's the difference?

sokes | rokes |


As nouns the difference between sokes and rokes

is that sokes is while rokes is .

Sones vs Sokes - What's the difference?

sones | sokes |


As a verb sones

is .

As a noun sokes is

.

Sikes vs Sokes - What's the difference?

sikes | sokes |


As nouns the difference between sikes and sokes

is that sikes is while sokes is .

As a verb sikes

is (sike).

Sokens vs Sokes - What's the difference?

sokens | sokes |


As nouns the difference between sokens and sokes

is that sokens is plural of soken while sokes is plural of soke.

Sokes vs Spokes - What's the difference?

sokes | spokes |


As nouns the difference between sokes and spokes

is that sokes is plural of soke while spokes is plural of lang=en.

Sykes vs Sokes - What's the difference?

sykes | sokes |


As a proper noun sykes

is .

As a noun sokes is

.

Sokos vs Sokes - What's the difference?

sokos | sokes |


As nouns the difference between sokos and sokes

is that sokos is while sokes is .

Soken vs Sokes - What's the difference?

soken | sokes |


As nouns the difference between soken and sokes

is that soken is the ancient right (usually conferred by royalty) to hold a local court of justice and levy specific fees and fines. A 'soke' or 'soken' was the area over which this right was established. More specifically, the 'resort' (right) of specific farmers to have their grain ground at a specific mill or, inversely, the right of a mill to that custom. Also, specifically, a right of prosecution and judgement. Older meanings include a place that is regularly frequented. The word 'soken' is used in Stow (1598) in a way that implies regular usage / clear meaning, e.g. with reference to Portsoken Ward, outside the walls of the City of London which originated as a 'liberty' (a practically synonymous term) for a guild of knights while sokes is plural of soke.

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