whit

Mediocre vs Whit - What's the difference?

mediocre | whit |


As an adjective mediocre

is mediocre (ordinary: not extraordinary; not special, exceptional, or great; of medium quality).

As a noun whit is

the season of whitsuntide.

Whit vs Little - What's the difference?

whit | little |


As a noun whit

is the season of whitsuntide.

As a proper noun little is

.

Whit vs Mid - What's the difference?

whit | mid |


As nouns the difference between whit and mid

is that whit is the season of whitsuntide while mid is (computing) mobile information device.

Whit vs Mit - What's the difference?

whit | mit |


As a noun whit

is the season of whitsuntide.

As a verb mit is

.

By vs Whit - What's the difference?

by | whit |


As nouns the difference between by and whit

is that by is bee (insect) while whit is the season of whitsuntide.

As a verb by

is .

Black vs Whit - What's the difference?

black | whit |


As a proper noun black

is .

As a noun whit is

the season of whitsuntide.

Witch vs Whit - What's the difference?

witch | whit |


As nouns the difference between witch and whit

is that witch is a person who practices witchcraft; specifically: or witch can be a cone of paper which is placed in a vessel of lard or other fat and used as a taper while whit is the season of whitsuntide.

As a verb witch

is (obsolete) to practise witchcraft.

Whit vs Spot - What's the difference?

whit | spot | Related terms |

Whit is a related term of spot.


As nouns the difference between whit and spot

is that whit is the season of whitsuntide while spot is .

Whit vs Touch - What's the difference?

whit | touch | Related terms |

Whit is a related term of touch.


As nouns the difference between whit and touch

is that whit is the season of whitsuntide while touch is an act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.

As a verb touch is

primarily physical senses.

And vs Whit - What's the difference?

and | whit |


As a proper noun and

is .

As a noun whit is

the season of whitsuntide.

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