yester

Yester vs Year - What's the difference?

yester | year |


As nouns the difference between yester and year

is that yester is (archaic) yesterday while year is the time it takes the earth to complete one revolution of the sun (between 36524 and 36526 days depending on the point of reference).

As an adverb yester

is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester

is (archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Wikidiffcom vs Yester - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | yester |


As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

As a noun yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

Yester vs Yestern - What's the difference?

yester | yestern |


As adverbs the difference between yester and yestern

is that yester is (archaic) yesterday while yestern is yesterday.

As adjectives the difference between yester and yestern

is that yester is (archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday while yestern is (archaic|rare) of or pertaining to yesterday.

As nouns the difference between yester and yestern

is that yester is (archaic) yesterday while yestern is yesterday.

Rester vs Yester - What's the difference?

rester | yester |


As nouns the difference between rester and yester

is that rester is one who rests while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Jester vs Yester - What's the difference?

jester | yester |


As nouns the difference between jester and yester

is that jester is one who jests, jokes or mocks while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Nester vs Yester - What's the difference?

nester | yester |


As nouns the difference between nester and yester

is that nester is while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Zester vs Yester - What's the difference?

zester | yester |


As nouns the difference between zester and yester

is that zester is a kitchen implement used to remove the zest of citrus fruit while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Wester vs Yester - What's the difference?

wester | yester |


As nouns the difference between wester and yester

is that wester is a strong westerly wind while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As a verb wester

is to move towards the west.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Sester vs Yester - What's the difference?

sester | yester |


As nouns the difference between sester and yester

is that sester is (history) 1 as a liquid measure for honey and wine between 24 and 32 ounces 2 a dry measure for grain maybe equal to 12 bushels while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

Tester vs Yester - What's the difference?

tester | yester |


As nouns the difference between tester and yester

is that tester is a canopy over a bed or tester can be a person who administers a test or tester can be an old french silver coin while yester is (archaic) yesterday.

As an adverb yester is

(archaic) yesterday.

As an adjective yester is

(archaic) last; last past; next before; of or pertaining to yesterday.

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