ycond

Ycond vs Yond - What's the difference?

ycond | yond |


As a verb ycond

is ; learned, learnt.

As an adjective yond is

further; more distant or yond can be (obsolete) furious; mad; angry; fierce.

As an adverb yond is

yonder.

Ycond vs Cond - What's the difference?

ycond | cond |


As verbs the difference between ycond and cond

is that ycond is ; learned, learnt while cond is (obsolete) to con (a ship).

As an adjective cond is

abbreviation of conditional.

Learnt vs Ycond - What's the difference?

learnt | ycond |


As verbs the difference between learnt and ycond

is that learnt is simple past of learn while ycond is past participle of lang=en; learned, learnt.

Learned vs Ycond - What's the difference?

learned | ycond |


As verbs the difference between learned and ycond

is that learned is past tense of learn: taught while ycond is past participle of lang=en; learned, learnt.

As an adjective learned

is having much learning, knowledgeable, erudite; highly educated.