Elt vs Ell - What's the difference?

elt | ell |


As a verb elt

is to injure (anything) by rough handling; handle roughly.

As a pronoun ell is

(third-person masculine pronoun).

elt

English

(wikipedia ELT) ===(en)=== (en noun)
  • (communication, aviation) emergency locator transmitter
  • (medicine, physiology) euglobulin lysis time
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    ell

    English

    Etymology 1

    From (etyl) eln “unit of measure of 45 inches,” originally “length of the forearm,” from Proto-Indo-European .

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A measure for cloth. An English ell' equals 1.25 yards, whereas a Scottish ' ell measures only 1.0335 yards (http://www.onlineunitconversion.com). A Flemish ell measured three quarters, (27 inches).
  • Etymology 2

    From the name of the letter L

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • An extension usually at right angles to one end of a building.
  • Something that is L-shaped.