waid

Terms vs Waid - What's the difference?

terms | waid |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Waid vs Caid - What's the difference?

waid | caid |


As an adjective waid

is (obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

As a noun caid is

caid.

Wair vs Waid - What's the difference?

wair | waid |


As a noun wair

is a plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across.

As a verb wair

is (scotland|obsolete) to spend or wair can be (were).

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Wain vs Waid - What's the difference?

wain | waid |


As a noun wain

is wine.

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Wais vs Waid - What's the difference?

wais | waid |


As an initialism wais

is (west antarctic ice sheet).

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Wai vs Waid - What's the difference?

wai | waid |


As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Wadi vs Waid - What's the difference?

wadi | waid |


As a noun wadi

is a valley, gully, or stream bed in northern africa and southwest asia that remains dry except during the rainy season.

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Wail vs Waid - What's the difference?

wail | waid |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between wail and waid

is that wail is (obsolete) to choose; to select while waid is (obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

As a noun wail

is a prolonged cry, usually high-pitched, especially as of grief or anguish.

As a verb wail

is to cry out, as in sorrow or anguish or wail can be (obsolete) to choose; to select.

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Aid vs Waid - What's the difference?

aid | waid |


As a proper noun aid

is .

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

Wad vs Waid - What's the difference?

wad | waid |


As a verb wad

is third person singular of.

As an adjective waid is

(obsolete) oppressed with weight; crushed; weighed down.

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