tappest

Tappet vs Tappest - What's the difference?

tappet | tappest |


As a noun tappet

is a lever or projection which is moved by some other piece, as a cam, or intended to tap or touch something else, in order to produce change or regulate motion.

As a verb tappest is

archaic second-person singular of tap.

Tappest vs Tappets - What's the difference?

tappest | tappets |


As a verb tappest

is (archaic) (tap).

As a noun tappets is

.

Sappest vs Tappest - What's the difference?

sappest | tappest |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between sappest and tappest

is that sappest is (archaic) (sap) while tappest is (archaic) (tap).

As verbs the difference between sappest and tappest

is that sappest is (archaic) (sap) while tappest is (archaic) (tap).

Tappest vs Trappest - What's the difference?

tappest | trappest |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between tappest and trappest

is that tappest is (archaic) (tap) while trappest is (archaic) (trap).

As verbs the difference between tappest and trappest

is that tappest is (archaic) (tap) while trappest is (archaic) (trap).

Tippest vs Tappest - What's the difference?

tippest | tappest |


As verbs the difference between tippest and tappest

is that tippest is archaic second-person singular of tip while tappest is archaic second-person singular of tap.