Raiming vs Riming - What's the difference?

raiming | riming |


As verbs the difference between raiming and riming

is that raiming is while riming is .

As an adjective riming is

(rare) that (ie , covers with rime or hoar frost) something.

As a noun riming is

in (l) with (l) twigs or riming can be the process of riming (ie , covering with rime or hoar frost).

raiming

English

Verb

(head)
  • riming

    English

    Etymology 1

    Regular conjugation ().

    Verb

    (head)
  • Etymology 2

    First attested in 1822; formed as (suffix forming present participial adjectives).

    Adjective

    (-)
  • (rare) That (i.e. , covers with rime or hoar frost) something.
  • References

    riming, adj.'']” listed in the ''[[w:Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford English Dictionary] (third edition, June 2010)

    Etymology 3

    First attested in 1873; formed as (suffix forming abstract nouns of action).

    Noun

    (-)
  • in (l) with (l) twigs.
  • References

    riming, n.''¹” listed in the ''Oxford English Dictionary (third edition, June 2010)

    Etymology 4

    First attested in 1948; formed as (suffix forming abstract nouns of action).

    Noun

    (-)
  • The process of riming (i.e. , covering with rime or hoar frost).
  • References

    riming, n.''²” listed in the ''Oxford English Dictionary (third edition, June 2010)