wair

Wair - What does it mean?

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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).

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.

Hwair vs Wair - What's the difference?

hwair | wair |


As nouns the difference between hwair and wair

is that hwair is the name of the letter in the gothic alphabet while 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).

Wair vs Wai - What's the difference?

wair | wai |


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).

Wair vs Lair - What's the difference?

wair | lair |


As nouns the difference between wair and lair

is that wair is a plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across while lair is mare (female horse) or lair can be .

As a verb wair

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

Wair vs Vair - What's the difference?

wair | vair |


As nouns the difference between wair and vair

is that wair is a plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across while vair is (archaic) a type of fur from a squirrel with a black back and white belly, much used on garments in the middle ages.

As a verb wair

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

Wair vs Mair - What's the difference?

wair | mair |


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 a proper noun mair is

, cognate to english mary.

Wazir vs Wair - What's the difference?

wazir | wair |


As nouns the difference between wazir and wair

is that wazir is (uncountable) a tribe of pashtuns in waziristan, pakistan while 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).

Waif vs Wair - What's the difference?

waif | wair |


As nouns the difference between waif and wair

is that 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 while 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).

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