Hurt vs Hame - What's the difference?
As a verb hurt
is to be painful.
As an adjective hurt
is wounded, physically injured.
As a noun hurt
is an emotional or psychological hurt (humiliation or bad experience).
As a proper noun hame is
tavastia, a historical province and area in finland.
To be painful.
To cause (a creature) physical pain and/or injury.
- Does your leg still hurt ? / It is starting to feel better.
To cause (somebody) emotional pain.
To undermine, impede, or damage.
- If anybody hurts my little brother I will get upset.
- This latest gaffe hurts the MP's reelection prospects still further.
* wound, injure
* wouldn't hurt a fly
Wounded, physically injured.
An emotional or psychological hurt (humiliation or bad experience)
* How to overcome old hurts of the past
(archaic) A bodily injury causing pain; a wound or bruise.
* 1605 , Shakespeare, King Lear vii
* John Locke
- I have received a hurt .
(archaic) injury; damage; detriment; harm
- The pains of sickness and hurts all men feel.
(heraldiccharge) A roundel azure (blue circular spot).
(engineering) A band on a trip-hammer helve, bearing the trunnions.
- Thou dost me yet but little hurt .
From (etyl) hame, home, from (etyl) hama, . More at (l).
(obsolete) A covering, skin, membrane.
From (etyl), from (etyl) ).
Part of the harness that fits round the neck of a draught horse that the reins pass through.
From (etyl) ham, from (etyl) . More at (l).
From earlier haum, haume.