stocken

Stocken vs Stocker - What's the difference?

stocken | stocker |


As nouns the difference between stocken and stocker

is that stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings while stocker is (agriculture) livestock that is wintered and then sold in the spring.

Stockmen vs Stocken - What's the difference?

stockmen | stocken |


As nouns the difference between stockmen and stocken

is that stockmen is while stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings.

Stocked vs Stocken - What's the difference?

stocked | stocken |


As a verb stocked

is (stock).

As a noun stocken is

(obsolete) ; stockings.

Stocken vs Slocken - What's the difference?

stocken | slocken |


As a noun stocken

is (obsolete) ; stockings.

As a verb slocken is

(dialectal) to put out, extinguish (a fire).

Stockings vs Stocken - What's the difference?

stockings | stocken |


As nouns the difference between stockings and stocken

is that stockings is one or more pairs of stockings while stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings.

Stocken vs Hose - What's the difference?

stocken | hose |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between stocken and hose

is that stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings while hose is (obsolete) close-fitting trousers or breeches, reaching to the knee.

As nouns the difference between stocken and hose

is that stocken is (obsolete) ; stockings while hose is (countable) a flexible tube conveying water or other fluid.

As a verb hose is

to water or spray with a hose.