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Were vs What - What's the difference?

were | what |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between were and what

is that were is (obsolete) a fine for slaying a man; weregild while what is (obsolete) something; thing; stuff.

As nouns the difference between were and what

is that were is (archaic) man (human male), as in while what is (obsolete) something; thing; stuff.

As a verb were

is .

As a pronoun what is

(interrogative) which thing, event, circumstance, etc: used interrogatively in asking for the specification of an identity, quantity, quality, etc.

As an adverb what is

in some manner or degree; in part; partly; usually followed by with .

As an interjection what is

.

As a determiner what is

which; which kind of.

Delaware vs Were - What's the difference?

delaware | were |


As nouns the difference between delaware and were

is that delaware is a member of the delaware people while were is (archaic) man (human male), as in.

As a proper noun delaware

is an indigenous native american people.

As a verb were is

.

Were vs Came - What's the difference?

were | came |


As verbs the difference between were and came

is that were is while came is .

As a noun were

is (archaic) man (human male), as in.

Were vs Weres - What's the difference?

were | weres |


As nouns the difference between were and weres

is that were is (archaic) man (human male), as in while weres is .

As a verb were

is .

Were vs Or - What's the difference?

were | or |


As nouns the difference between were and or

is that were is (archaic) man (human male), as in while or is gold.

As a verb were

is .

For vs Were - What's the difference?

for | were |


As nouns the difference between for and were

is that for is oven while were is (archaic) man (human male), as in.

As a verb were is

.

Done vs Were - What's the difference?

done | were |


As verbs the difference between done and were

is that done is while were is .

As a noun were is

(archaic) man (human male), as in.

Wa vs Were - What's the difference?

wa | were |


As a verb were is

.

As a noun were is

(archaic) man (human male), as in.

Have vs Were - What's the difference?

have | were |


As an adjective have

is gaunt; pale and thin.

As a verb were is

.

As a noun were is

(archaic) man (human male), as in.

There vs Were - What's the difference?

there | were |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between there and were

is that there is (obsolete) where, there where, in which place while were is (obsolete) a fine for slaying a man; weregild.

As nouns the difference between there and were

is that there is that place while were is (archaic) man (human male), as in.

As an adverb there

is (location) in a place or location (stated, implied or otherwise indicated) at some distance from the speaker (compare here ).

As an interjection there

is .

As a pronoun there

is .

As a verb were is

.

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