steved

Steved vs Steves - What's the difference?

steved | steves |


As verbs the difference between steved and steves

is that steved is (steve) while steves is (steve).

Steven vs Steved - What's the difference?

steven | steved |


As verbs the difference between steven and steved

is that steven is (obsolete) to speak; utter; describe; tell of; name or steven can be (obsolete) to call; summon; command; appoint while steved is (steve).

As a noun steven

is the voice, now especially when loud or strong or steven can be (obsolete) a time, occasion.

Steved vs Stoved - What's the difference?

steved | stoved |


As verbs the difference between steved and stoved

is that steved is (steve) while stoved is (stove).

Staved vs Steved - What's the difference?

staved | steved |


As verbs the difference between staved and steved

is that staved is (stave) while steved is (steve).

Steved vs Stived - What's the difference?

steved | stived |


As verbs the difference between steved and stived

is that steved is (steve) while stived is (stive).

Steed vs Steved - What's the difference?

steed | steved |


As a noun steed

is (archaic|poetic) a stallion, especially in the sense of mount.

As a verb steved is

(steve).

Steved vs Stewed - What's the difference?

steved | stewed |


As verbs the difference between steved and stewed

is that steved is (steve) while stewed is (stew).

As an adjective stewed is

having been cooked by slowly boiling or simmering see stew.

Steved vs Steeved - What's the difference?

steved | steeved |


As verbs the difference between steved and steeved

is that steved is (steve) while steeved is (steeve).

Steve vs Steved - What's the difference?

steve | steved |


As verbs the difference between steve and steved

is that steve is to pack or stow, as cargo in a ship's hold while steved is (steve).

Steved vs Sieved - What's the difference?

steved | sieved |


As verbs the difference between steved and sieved

is that steved is (steve) while sieved is .

As an adjective sieved is

passed through a sieve.