winne

Wikidiffcom vs Winne - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | winne |


As a noun winne is

(obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure.

As an adjective winne is

(obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winne vs Winze - What's the difference?

winne | winze |


As nouns the difference between winne and winze

is that winne is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure while winze is a steep shaft in a mine which joins two levels.

As an adjective winne

is (obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winne vs Winde - What's the difference?

winne | winde |


As nouns the difference between winne and winde

is that winne is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure while winde is .

As an adjective winne

is (obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Wonne vs Winne - What's the difference?

wonne | winne |


As nouns the difference between wonne and winne

is that wonne is while winne is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure.

As a verb wonne

is .

As an adjective winne is

(obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winge vs Winne - What's the difference?

winge | winne |


As a verb winge

is to cringe.

As a noun winne is

(obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure.

As an adjective winne is

(obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winne vs Winnet - What's the difference?

winne | winnet |


As nouns the difference between winne and winnet

is that winne is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure while winnet is (british|regional) a small piece of faeces stuck to the hairs around the anus of a mammal.

As an adjective winne

is (obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winne vs Winned - What's the difference?

winne | winned |


As a noun winne

is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure.

As an adjective winne

is (obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

As a verb winned is

(nonstandard|informal) (win).

Wince vs Winne - What's the difference?

wince | winne |


As nouns the difference between wince and winne

is that wince is a sudden movement or gesture of shrinking away while winne is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure.

As a verb wince

is to flinch as if in pain or distress.

As an adjective winne is

(obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winne vs Linne - What's the difference?

winne | linne |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between winne and linne

is that winne is (obsolete) enjoyable; delightful while linne is (obsolete) flax.

As nouns the difference between winne and linne

is that winne is (obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure while linne is (obsolete) flax.

As an adjective winne

is (obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

Winner vs Winne - What's the difference?

winner | winne |


As a proper noun winner

is .

As a noun winne is

(obsolete) joy; delight; pleasure.

As an adjective winne is

(obsolete) enjoyable; delightful.

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