Unhate vs Unhat - What's the difference?

unhate | unhat |


As verbs the difference between unhate and unhat

is that unhate is to leave off, cease, or desist from hating while unhat is (ambitransitive) to take off the hat of; to remove one's hat, especially as a mark of respect.

As a noun unhate

is the lack, absence, or omission of hate; hatelessness; love.

unhate

English

Etymology 1

From (verb).

Verb

(unhat)
  • To leave off, cease, or desist from hating.
  • *1982 , Eric Wanner, Lila R. Gleitman, Language Acquisition :
  • I hate you! And I'll never unhate you or nothing!
  • *2004 , Robert Browning, Stefan Hawlin, Ian Robert James Jack, The Poetical Works of Robert Browning - Volume 9 - Page 317 :
  • Till when, All that was, is; and must forever be. Nor is it in me to unhate my hates, — [...]
  • *2008 , Anne Lamott, Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith :
  • I learned how to unhate Bush the only way people ever really learn things—by doing.

    Etymology 2

    From (noun).

    Noun

    (-)
  • The lack, absence, or omission of hate; hatelessness; love.
  • *1951 , Kenneth Rexroth, Beyond the mountains - Page 71 :
  • Hold me. I am perishing. Achilles We can never perish. It is Unlove and unhate that give form To phantasms of time and space.
  • *1993 , Shuaib Bin Hasan, Amer Rashid Sheikh, A passage to Pakistan - Page 85 :
  • [...] as Greene in his Our Man in Havana and other novels of power and glory, puzzled and worried, for other reasons than purely political or literary, why on earth should lt be easy to work up the politics of hate, but difficult to work out the politics of unhate .

    unhat

    English

    Verb

    (unhatt)
  • (ambitransitive) To take off the hat of; to remove one's hat, especially as a mark of respect.
  • (Webster 1913)