layn

Lawn vs Layn - What's the difference?

lawn | layn |


As a proper noun lawn

is a town in newfoundland and labrador.

As a verb layn is

(judaism) to read from the torah scroll during a jewish prayer service.

Layn vs Larn - What's the difference?

layn | larn |


As verbs the difference between layn and larn

is that layn is (judaism) to read from the torah scroll during a jewish prayer service while larn is (northern england) especially (geordie) to teach or to learn.

Payn vs Layn - What's the difference?

payn | layn |


As a noun payn

is (obsolete) bread.

As a verb layn is

(judaism) to read from the torah scroll during a jewish prayer service.

Layn vs Wayn - What's the difference?

layn | wayn |


As a verb layn

is to read from the Torah scroll during a Jewish prayer service.

As a noun wayn is

obsolete form of wain.

As an adjective wayn is

obsolete form of vain.

Lain vs Layn - What's the difference?

lain | layn |


As verbs the difference between lain and layn

is that lain is past participle of lang=en (oriented in a horizontal position, situated) while layn is to read from the Torah scroll during a Jewish prayer service.

Lay vs Layn - What's the difference?

lay | layn |


As verbs the difference between lay and layn

is that lay is to place down in a position of rest, or in a horizontal position while layn is to read from the Torah scroll during a Jewish prayer service.

As a noun lay

is arrangement or relationship; layout.

As an adjective lay

is non-professional; not being a member of an organized institution.

As a proper noun Lay

is a river in western France.

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