wae

Waw vs Wae - What's the difference?

waw | wae |


As nouns the difference between waw and wae

is that waw is (obsolete|water) a (l) or waw can be a wall or waw can be the twenty-seventh letter of the arabic alphabet: while wae is water.

As a verb waw

is (obsolete) to stir; move; wave.

Terms vs Wae - What's the difference?

terms | wae |


As nouns the difference between terms and wae

is that terms is while wae is water.

Fae vs Wae - What's the difference?

fae | wae |


As an adjective fae

is .

As a noun wae is

water.

Wae vs Wah - What's the difference?

wae | wah |


As nouns the difference between wae and wah

is that wae is water while wah is (archaic) the red panda.

As an interjection wah is

a cry of fright, distress, etc.

Wae vs Wai - What's the difference?

wae | wai |


As a noun wae

is water.

Wae vs Wap - What's the difference?

wae | wap |


As nouns the difference between wae and wap

is that wae is water while wap is (uk|dialect) a blow or beating; a whap.

As a verb wap is

(uk|dialect) to beat; to whap.

Wae vs Wane - What's the difference?

wae | wane |


As nouns the difference between wae and wane

is that wae is water while wane is a gradual diminution in power, value, intensity etc or wane can be (scotland|slang) a child or wane can be (chiefly|northern england|and|scotland|obsolete) a house or dwelling.

As a verb wane is

(label) to progressively lose its splendor, value, ardor, power, intensity etc; to decline.

Wae vs Wase - What's the difference?

wae | wase |


As nouns the difference between wae and wase

is that wae is water while wase is (uk|dialect) a bundle of straw, or other material, to relieve the pressure of burdens carried upon the head.

Wame vs Wae - What's the difference?

wame | wae |


As nouns the difference between wame and wae

is that wame is (scotland|northern england) the belly while wae is water.

Wae vs Wye - What's the difference?

wae | wye |


As a noun wae

is water.

As a proper noun wye is

a river of england and wales, the fifth-longest in the uk.

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