lei

Li vs Lei - What's the difference?

li | lei |


As a verb lei is

.

Meadow vs Lei - What's the difference?

meadow | lei |


As nouns the difference between meadow and lei

is that meadow is a field or pasture; a piece of land covered or cultivated with grass, usually intended to be mown for hay; an area of low-lying vegetation, especially near a river while lei is a garland of flowers in Hawaii.

As a proper noun Meadow

is a town in Texas.

Lei vs Wreath - What's the difference?

lei | wreath |


As nouns the difference between lei and wreath

is that lei is a garland of flowers in Hawaii while wreath is something twisted, intertwined, or curled.

As a verb wreath is

to place an entwined circle of flowers upon or around something.

Lei vs Lieu - What's the difference?

lei | lieu |


As a verb lei

is .

As a noun lieu is

see in lieu or in lieu of.

Leisure vs Lei - What's the difference?

leisure | lei |


As a noun leisure

is freedom provided by the cessation of activities.

As a verb lei is

.

Lei vs Lew - What's the difference?

lei | lew |


As a verb lei

is .

As an adjective lew is

(northern england) lukewarm, tepid.

Leu vs Lei - What's the difference?

leu | lei |

Lei is a synonym of leu.



As nouns the difference between leu and lei

is that leu is the unit of currency of Romania, equal to one hundred bani while lei is a garland of flowers in Hawaii.

As an initialism LEU

is low-enriched uranium.

Lee vs Lei - What's the difference?

lee | lei |


As a proper noun lee

is for someone who lived near a meadow (the anglo-saxon for meadow being ley or leag).

As a verb lei is

.

Lei vs Gei - What's the difference?

lei | gei |


As nouns the difference between lei and gei

is that lei is a garland of flowers in Hawaii while gei is a martial arts uniform.

Rei vs Lei - What's the difference?

rei | lei |


As nouns the difference between rei and lei

is that rei is an old Portuguese money of account while lei is a garland of flowers in Hawaii.

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