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cepes

Crepes vs Cepes - What's the difference?

crepes | cepes |


As an adjective crepes

is .

As a noun cepes is

.

Cedes vs Cepes - What's the difference?

cedes | cepes |


As nouns the difference between cedes and cepes

is that cedes is while cepes is .

Cepes vs Ceps - What's the difference?

cepes | ceps |


As nouns the difference between cepes and ceps

is that cepes is while ceps is .

Cepes vs Cetes - What's the difference?

cepes | cetes |


As nouns the difference between cepes and cetes

is that cepes is while cetes is .

Cepes vs Capes - What's the difference?

cepes | capes |


As nouns the difference between cepes and capes

is that cepes is plural of cepe while capes is plural of cape.

Cepes vs Clepes - What's the difference?

cepes | clepes |


As a noun cepes

is plural of cepe.

As a verb clepes is

third-person singular of clepe.

Cepes vs Copes - What's the difference?

cepes | copes |


As a noun cepes

is .

As a verb copes is

.

Cees vs Cepes - What's the difference?

cees | cepes |


As nouns the difference between cees and cepes

is that cees is , the name of the letter c while cepes is .

Cepes vs Ceres - What's the difference?

cepes | ceres |


As nouns the difference between cepes and ceres

is that cepes is plural of cepe while ceres is plural of lang=en.

As a proper noun Ceres is

the Roman goddess of agriculture; equivalent to the Greek goddess Demeter.

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