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Pair vs Wair - What's the difference?

pair | wair |


As nouns the difference between pair and wair

is that pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of while wair is a plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across.

As verbs the difference between pair and wair

is that pair is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair while wair is (scotland|obsolete) to spend or wair can be (were).

Pair vs Mair - What's the difference?

pair | mair |


As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As a proper noun mair is

, cognate to english mary.

Pair vs Vair - What's the difference?

pair | vair |


In archaic|lang=en terms the difference between pair and vair

is that pair is (archaic) a number of things resembling one another, or belonging together; a set while vair is (archaic) a type of fur from a squirrel with a black back and white belly, much used on garments in the middle ages.

As nouns the difference between pair and vair

is that pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of while vair is (archaic) a type of fur from a squirrel with a black back and white belly, much used on garments in the middle ages.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pair vs Cair - What's the difference?

pair | cair |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between pair and cair

is that pair is (obsolete) to impair while cair is (obsolete) to carry.

As verbs the difference between pair and cair

is that pair is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair while cair is (obsolete) to go.

As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

Pair vs Parr - What's the difference?

pair | parr |


As nouns the difference between pair and parr

is that pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of while parr is young salmon, at a stage between fry and smolt when they feed chiefly on invertebrates but cannot tolerate saltwater.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pair vs Pais - What's the difference?

pair | pais |


As nouns the difference between pair and pais

is that pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of while pais is village.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pair vs Lair - What's the difference?

pair | lair |


As nouns the difference between pair and lair

is that pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of while lair is mare (female horse) or lair can be .

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pair vs Par - What's the difference?

pair | par |


As nouns the difference between pair and par

is that pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of while par is pair, couple.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

Pair vs Fair - What's the difference?

pair | fair |


As a noun pair

is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair

is to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

As a proper noun fair is

.

Pail vs Pair - What's the difference?

pail | pair |


As nouns the difference between pail and pair

is that pail is a vessel of wood, tin, plastic, etc, usually cylindrical and having a handle -- used especially for carrying liquids, for example water or milk; a bucket (sometimes with a cover) while pair is two similar or identical things taken together; often followed by of.

As a verb pair is

to group into sets of two or pair can be (obsolete) to impair.

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