wafter

Wafter vs Wafted - What's the difference?

wafter | wafted |


As a noun wafter

is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

As a verb wafted is

(waft).

Wafter vs Water - What's the difference?

wafter | water |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wafter and water

is that wafter is (obsolete) an agent of the crown with responsibility for protecting specific maritime activities, such as shipping or fishing while water is (obsolete) ancient philosophy.

As nouns the difference between wafter and water

is that wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts while water is (uncountable) a chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula h₂o, required by all forms of life on earth.

As a verb water is

to pour water into the soil surrounding (plants).

Waster vs Wafter - What's the difference?

waster | wafter |


As nouns the difference between waster and wafter

is that waster is someone or something that wastes; someone who squanders or spends extravagantly or waster can be (obsolete|chiefly|fencing) a kind of cudgel; also, a blunt-edged sword used as a foil while wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

Rafter vs Wafter - What's the difference?

rafter | wafter |


As nouns the difference between rafter and wafter

is that rafter is one of a series of sloped beams that extend from the ridge or hip to the downslope perimeter or eave, designed to support the roof deck and its associated loads or rafter can be a raftsman while wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

As a verb rafter

is to make (timber, etc) into rafters.

Dafter vs Wafter - What's the difference?

dafter | wafter |


As nouns the difference between dafter and wafter

is that dafter is while wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

As an adjective dafter

is (daft).

Waiter vs Wafter - What's the difference?

waiter | wafter |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between waiter and wafter

is that waiter is (obsolete) a vessel or tray on which something is carried, as dishes, etc; a salver while wafter is (obsolete) an agent of the crown with responsibility for protecting specific maritime activities, such as shipping or fishing.

As nouns the difference between waiter and wafter

is that waiter is a male or sometimes female attendant who or similar while wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

Walter vs Wafter - What's the difference?

walter | wafter |


As a verb walter

is (obsolete|dialect|uk|scotland) to roll or wallow; to welter.

As a noun wafter is

(obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

Wafter vs Wanter - What's the difference?

wafter | wanter |


As nouns the difference between wafter and wanter

is that wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts while wanter is winter.

Wafter vs Hafter - What's the difference?

wafter | hafter |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wafter and hafter

is that wafter is (obsolete) an agent of the crown with responsibility for protecting specific maritime activities, such as shipping or fishing while hafter is (obsolete) a caviler; a wrangler.

As nouns the difference between wafter and hafter

is that wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts while hafter is (obsolete) a caviler; a wrangler.

Wafer vs Wafter - What's the difference?

wafer | wafter |


As nouns the difference between wafer and wafter

is that wafer is wafer while wafter is (obsolete) armed convoy or escort ship or wafter can be one who, or that which, wafts.

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