Kame vs Kate - What's the difference?

kame | kate |


As a noun kame

is kind of double-bladed knife.

As an adjective kate is

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kame

English

Noun

(wikipedia kame) (en noun)
  • (geology) A round hill or short ridge of sand or gravel deposited by a melting glacier.
  • Anagrams

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    kate

    English

    (wikipedia Kate)

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • A medieval pet form of Catherine and related names. Also used as a formal female given name.
  • * ~~1594 William Shakespeare: The Taming of the Shrew : Act II, Scene I:
  • Petruchio .Good morrow, Kate ; for that's your name, I hear.
    Katharina .Well have you heard, but something hard of hearing: / They call me Katharine that do talk of me.
    Petruchio''.You lie, in faith; for you are call'd plain Kate''', / And bonny '''Kate''', and sometimes ' Kate the curst;
  • * 1830 Mary Russell Mitford: Our Village: Fourth Series: Cottage Names:
  • A great number of children, amongst the lower classes, are Carolines. - - - A clergyman in my neighbourhood used to mistake the sound, and christen the babies Catharine; - a wise error, for Kate is a noble abbreviation.
  • * 1944 A.J.Cronin: The Green Years .Little, Brown, and Company, 1944. page 62:
  • "And I have such a horrible name. Think of it... Kate . Who would take Kate on a Moonlight Cruise...or out to the Minstrels at the point. If you ever do find me in the company of a strange young man, call me Irene. Promise me."