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fates

Fates vs Yates - What's the difference?

fates | yates |


As a noun fates

is .

As a verb fates

is (rare) (fate).

As a proper noun yates is

.

Bates vs Fates - What's the difference?

bates | fates |


As verbs the difference between bates and fates

is that bates is while fates is (rare) (fate).

As a noun fates is

.

Fates vs Dates - What's the difference?

fates | dates |


As nouns the difference between fates and dates

is that fates is while dates is .

As a verb fates

is (rare) (fate).

Fates vs Vates - What's the difference?

fates | vates |


As nouns the difference between fates and vates

is that fates is while vates is .

As a verb fates

is (rare) (fate).

Fates vs Faes - What's the difference?

fates | faes |


As nouns the difference between fates and faes

is that fates is while faes is .

As a verb fates

is (rare) (fate).

Fates vs Nates - What's the difference?

fates | nates |


As nouns the difference between fates and nates

is that fates is plural of lang=en while nates is the two anterior of the four lobes on the dorsal side of the midbrain of most mammals; the anterior optic lobes.

As a proper noun Fates

is atropos, Clotho, and Lachesis; supernatural beings who controlled the destiny of men and of the gods.

As a verb fates

is third-person singular of fate.

Taxonomy vs Fates - What's the difference?

taxonomy | fates |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and fates

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while fates is .

As a verb fates is

(rare) (fate).

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