Ender vs Endear - What's the difference?

ender | endear |


As a proper noun ender

is .

As a verb endear is

(obsolete) to make (something) more precious or valuable.

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ender

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • Something which ends another thing.
  • (kayaking) A maneuver in which one uses the pressure of a wave to flip one's kayak end over end.
  • References

    * Nigel Foster, Nigel Foster's Surf Kayaking , Globe Pequot (1998), ISBN 978-0-7627-0218-3, page 74. ----

    endear

    English

    Alternative forms

    * indear

    Verb

  • (obsolete) To make (something) more precious or valuable.
  • (obsolete) To make (something) more expensive; to increase the cost of.
  • (obsolete) To stress (something) as important; to exaggerate.
  • *, II.18:
  • *:Salvianus Massiliensis this Testimonie, might say, it is now rather deemed a vertue among them.
  • To make (someone) dear or precious.
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