stola

Stolae vs Stola - What's the difference?

stolae | stola |


As nouns the difference between stolae and stola

is that stolae is while stola is stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders).

Stola vs Stoma - What's the difference?

stola | stoma |


As nouns the difference between stola and stoma

is that stola is stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders) while stoma is stoma (all senses).

Stola vs Stela - What's the difference?

stola | stela |


As nouns the difference between stola and stela

is that stola is stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders) while stela is connection (position in a network of profitable acquaintanceships).

Stole vs Stola - What's the difference?

stole | stola |


As nouns the difference between stole and stola

is that stole is an ecclesiastical garment or stole can be (botany) a stolon while stola is stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders).

As a verb stole

is (steal).

Toga vs Stola - What's the difference?

toga | stola |


As a proper noun toga

is togo.

As a noun stola is

stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders).

Garment vs Stola - What's the difference?

garment | stola |


As nouns the difference between garment and stola

is that garment is a single item of clothing while stola is stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders).

Traditional vs Stola - What's the difference?

traditional | stola |


As an adjective traditional

is of or pertaining to tradition; derived from tradition; communicated from ancestors to descendants by word only; transmitted from age to age without writing; as, traditional opinions; traditional customs; traditional expositions of the scriptures.

As a noun stola is

stole (a long, wide scarf-like garment worn about the shoulders).

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