Dame vs Obe - What's the difference?

dame | obe |


As a verb dame

is .

As a noun obe is

a particular subdivision of ancient laconia.

dame

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (British) The .
  • Dame Edith Sitwell
  • (dated, informal, slightly, derogatory, US) A woman.
  • * 1949 , (Oscar Hammerstein II), "(There is Nothing Like a Dame)",
  • There ain't nothin' like a dame'! / Nothin' in the world! / There is nothin' you can name / That is anythin' like a ' dame !
  • A traditional character in British pantomime, a melodramatic female often played by a man in drag.
  • (archaic) , woman.
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    obe

    English

    Initialism

    (Initialism) (head)
  • Officer of the Order of the British Empire
  • Office of Bilingual Education
  • Office of Business Economics (US)
  • Operating-Basis Earthquake
  • Oregon Board of Education
  • Ottawa Board Of Education
  • Out of Body Experience
  • Out of Buggy Experience (Powerkiting slang)
  • Outcome-Based Education
  • Overcome / overtaken by events (i.e., now obsolete)
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