wain

Wayne vs Wain - What's the difference?

wayne | wain |


As a noun wain is

wine.

Falter vs Wain - What's the difference?

falter | wain |


As nouns the difference between falter and wain

is that falter is butterfly while wain is wine.

Wain - What does it mean?

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Crook vs Wain - What's the difference?

crook | wain |


As nouns the difference between crook and wain

is that crook is a bend; turn; curve; curvature; a flexure while wain is wine.

As a verb crook

is to bend.

As an adjective crook

is (australia|new zealand|slang) bad, unsatisfactory, not up to standard.

Wain vs Wanea - What's the difference?

wain | wanea |

Weep vs Wain - What's the difference?

weep | wain |


As nouns the difference between weep and wain

is that weep is the lapwing; the wipe while wain is wine.

As a verb weep

is to cry; shed tears.

Wain vs Bain - What's the difference?

wain | bain |


As nouns the difference between wain and bain

is that wain is wine while bain is .

Fain vs Wain - What's the difference?

fain | wain |


As an adjective fain

is (label) well-pleased; glad; apt; wont; fond; inclined.

As an adverb fain

is (archaic) with joy; gladly.

As a verb fain

is (archaic) to be delighted or glad; to rejoice.

As a noun wain is

wine.

Wair vs Wain - What's the difference?

wair | wain |


As nouns the difference between wair and wain

is that wair is a plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across while wain is wine.

As a verb wair

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

Wain vs Waif - What's the difference?

wain | waif |


As nouns the difference between wain and waif

is that wain is wine while waif is (obsolete) goods found of which the owner is not known; originally, such goods as a pursued thief threw away to prevent being apprehended, which belonged to the king unless the owner made pursuit of the felon, took him, and brought him to justice.

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