yowe

Yowe vs Yote - What's the difference?

yowe | yote |


As a noun yowe

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

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As a verb yote is

to pour water on; pour in.

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.

Yowe vs Owe - What's the difference?

yowe | owe |


As a noun yowe

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

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As a verb owe is

to be under an obligation to give something back to someone or to perform some action for someone.

Yowe vs Sowe - What's the difference?

yowe | sowe |


As a noun yowe

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

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As a verb sowe is

.

Howe vs Yowe - What's the difference?

howe | yowe |


As nouns the difference between howe and yowe

is that howe is while yowe is (archaic|dialect|uk|scotland) a ewe; a female sheep.

As a pronoun yowe is

(archaic).

Yoke vs Yowe - What's the difference?

yoke | yowe |


As nouns the difference between yoke and yowe

is that yoke is a bar or frame of wood by which two oxen are joined at the heads or necks for working together while yowe is (archaic|dialect|uk|scotland) a ewe; a female sheep.

As a verb yoke

is to link or to join.

As a pronoun yowe is

(archaic).

Yowe vs Vowe - What's the difference?

yowe | vowe |


As nouns the difference between yowe and vowe

is that yowe is (archaic|dialect|uk|scotland) a ewe; a female sheep while vowe is .

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As a verb vowe is

.

Yowe vs Yow - What's the difference?

yowe | yow |


As a noun yowe

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

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As an interjection yow is

expression of humorous surprise or emphasis.

Yowe vs Yowl - What's the difference?

yowe | yowl |


As nouns the difference between yowe and yowl

is that yowe is (archaic|dialect|uk|scotland) a ewe; a female sheep while yowl is a prolonged, loud cry, like the sound of an animal; a wail; a howl.

As a pronoun yowe

is (archaic).

As a verb yowl is

utter a yowl.

Lowe vs Yowe - What's the difference?

lowe | yowe |


As a proper noun lowe

is .

As a noun yowe is

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

As a pronoun yowe is

(archaic).

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