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Rake vs Ake - What's the difference?

rake | ake |


As verbs the difference between rake and ake

is that rake is to use a rake on (leaves, debris, soil, a lawn, etc) in order to loosen, gather together, or remove debris from while ake is an archaic spelling of lang=en.

As a noun rake

is a garden tool with a row of pointed teeth fixed to a long handle, used for collecting grass or debris, or for loosening soil.

As an adverb ake is

forever.

As a proper noun Ake is

a Nigerian Plateau language language.

Make vs Ake - What's the difference?

make | ake |


As a noun make

is skin (on liquids), sputum, placenta.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Axe vs Ake - What's the difference?

axe | ake |


As proper nouns the difference between axe and ake

is that axe is axis (world war two nation group) while ake is a nigerian language.

Ate vs Ake - What's the difference?

ate | ake |


As a noun ate

is grandfather.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Age vs Ake - What's the difference?

age | ake |


As proper nouns the difference between age and ake

is that age is while ake is a nigerian language.

Ace vs Ake - What's the difference?

ace | ake |


As proper nouns the difference between ace and ake

is that ace is while ake is a nigerian language.

As a noun ace

is (medicine) angiotensin converting enzyme.

Take vs Ake - What's the difference?

take | ake |


As a noun take

is a fog or mist.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

Are vs Ake - What's the difference?

are | ake |


As a symbol are

is the iso 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for the united arab emirates.

As a proper noun ake is

a nigerian language.

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