yode

Yode vs Yote - What's the difference?

yode | yote |


As verbs the difference between yode and yote

is that yode is (go); went while yote is to pour water on; pour in.

Yode vs Yoke - What's the difference?

yode | yoke |


As verbs the difference between yode and yoke

is that yode is (go); went while yoke is to link or to join.

As a noun yoke is

a bar or frame of wood by which two oxen are joined at the heads or necks for working together.

Yowe vs Yode - What's the difference?

yowe | yode |


As a noun yowe

is (archaic|dialect|uk|scotland) a ewe; a female sheep.

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As a verb yode is

(go); went.

Yode vs Hode - What's the difference?

yode | hode |


As a verb yode

is (go); went.

As a noun hode is

testicle.

Yode vs Yodel - What's the difference?

yode | yodel |


As verbs the difference between yode and yodel

is that yode is (go); went while yodel is (transitive|and|intransitive) to sing (a song) in such a way that the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal chest voice and falsetto.

As a noun yodel is

such a song.

Yode vs Yods - What's the difference?

yode | yods |


As a verb yode

is (go); went.

As a noun yods is

.

Tode vs Yode - What's the difference?

tode | yode |


As a noun tode

is (label) a sled used for hauling logs or tode can be (label) a small fishing boat used in the netherlands.

As a verb yode is

(go); went.

Yode vs Yod - What's the difference?

yode | yod |


As a verb yode

is (go); went.

As a noun yod is

or yod can be .

Yode vs Wode - What's the difference?

yode | wode |


As a verb yode

is (go); went.

As an adjective wode is

(archaic) mad, crazy, insane, possessed, rabid, furious, frantic.

As a noun wode is

.

Bode vs Yode - What's the difference?

bode | yode |


As a proper noun bode

is .

As a verb yode is

(go); went.

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