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willest

Will vs Willest - What's the difference?

will | willest |


As a proper noun will

is also used as a formal given name.

As a noun will

is (american football) a weak-side linebacker.

As a verb willest is

(archaic) (will).

Willst vs Willest - What's the difference?

willst | willest |


As verbs the difference between willst and willest

is that willst is archaic second-person singular of will lang=en (alternative form of lang=en while willest is archaic second-person singular of will.

Fillest vs Willest - What's the difference?

fillest | willest |


In archaic terms the difference between fillest and willest

is that fillest is archaic second-person singular of fill while willest is archaic second-person singular of will.

Willest vs Willets - What's the difference?

willest | willets |

Willets is likely misspelled.


Willets has no English definition.

As a verb willest

is archaic second-person singular of will.

Killest vs Willest - What's the difference?

killest | willest |


In archaic terms the difference between killest and willest

is that killest is second-person singular present simple form of killwillest is archaic second-person singular of will.

Willest vs Wellest - What's the difference?

willest | wellest |


As a verb willest

is (archaic) (will).

As an adjective wellest is

(well).

Willet vs Willest - What's the difference?

willet | willest |


As a proper noun willet

is .

As a verb willest is

(archaic) (will).

Willest vs Wiliest - What's the difference?

willest | wiliest |


As a verb willest

is (archaic) (will).

As an adjective wiliest is

(wily).

Willest vs Willes - What's the difference?

willest | willes |


As a verb willest

is archaic second-person singular of will.

As a proper noun Willes is

{{surname|patronymic|from=given names}.

As a noun willes is

plural of wille.

Willest vs Wildest - What's the difference?

willest | wildest |


As a verb willest

is archaic second-person singular of will.

As an adjective wildest is

superlative of wild.

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