vale

Stoke vs Vale - What's the difference?

stoke | vale |


As a proper noun stoke

is stoke-on-trent, a city in staffordshire, england.

As a verb vale is

to be worth.

Vale vs Dingle - What's the difference?

vale | dingle | Synonyms |

Vale is a synonym of dingle.


As a verb vale

is to be worth.

As a proper noun dingle is

a harbour town in county kerry ireland, and the peninsula on which it stands.

Hollow vs Vale - What's the difference?

hollow | vale | Synonyms |

Hollow is a synonym of vale.


As verbs the difference between hollow and vale

is that hollow is to make a hole in something; to excavate (transitive) or hollow can be to urge or call by shouting; to hollo while vale is to be worth.

As an adjective hollow

is (of something solid) having an empty space or cavity inside.

As an adverb hollow

is (colloquial) completely, as part of the phrase beat hollow or beat all hollow.

As a noun hollow

is a small valley between mountains; a low spot surrounded by elevations.

As an interjection hollow

is .

Wikidiffcom vs Vale - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | vale |


As a verb vale is

to be worth.

Gully vs Vale - What's the difference?

gully | vale | Related terms |

Gully is a related term of vale.


As verbs the difference between gully and vale

is that gully is (obsolete) to flow noisily while vale is to be worth.

As a noun gully

is a trench, ravine or narrow channel which was worn by water flow, especially on a hillside or gully can be (scotland|northern uk) a large knife.

Tare vs Vale - What's the difference?

tare | vale |


As verbs the difference between tare and vale

is that tare is while vale is to be worth.

As an adjective tare

is crazy, barking, mad.

Vale vs Ville - What's the difference?

vale | ville |


As a verb vale

is to be worth.

As a proper noun ville is

.

Vali vs Vale - What's the difference?

vali | vale |


As a proper noun vali

is king of kishkindha, a son of indra and the elder brother of sugriva in ramayana.

As a verb vale is

to be worth.

Eale vs Vale - What's the difference?

eale | vale |


As a noun eale

is the yale (also "centicore", latin "eale") is a mythical beast found in european mythology most descriptions make it an antelope- or goat-like four-legged creature with large horns that it can swivel in any direction.

As a verb vale is

to be worth.

Vale vs Valet - What's the difference?

vale | valet |


As verbs the difference between vale and valet

is that vale is to be worth while valet is to roll.

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