ahoy

Hoy vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

hoy | ahoy |


As interjections the difference between hoy and ahoy

is that hoy is ho!, hallo!, stop! while ahoy is (nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

As verbs the difference between hoy and ahoy

is that hoy is (label) to throw while ahoy is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

As a noun hoy

is a small coaster vessel, usually sloop-rigged, used in conveying passengers and goods, or as a tender to larger vessels in port.

Ahoy vs Bhoy - What's the difference?

ahoy | bhoy |


As interjections the difference between ahoy and bhoy

is that ahoy is (nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention while bhoy is (dated|fandom slang|jocular) exclamation of surprise, pleasure or longing.

As a verb ahoy

is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

As a noun bhoy is

(dialect|west coast scottish|irish) boy or bhoy can be (dated|fandom slang|jocular) boy.

Taxonomy vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

taxonomy | ahoy |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an interjection ahoy is

(nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

As a verb ahoy is

to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

Yoohoo vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

yoohoo | ahoy |

Ahoy is a see also of yoohoo.

Yoohoo is a see also of ahoy.


As interjections the difference between yoohoo and ahoy

is that yoohoo is used to get attention while ahoy is (nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

As verbs the difference between yoohoo and ahoy

is that yoohoo is to give a cry of "yoohoo" while ahoy is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

Ahoj vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

ahoj | ahoy | Derived terms |

Ahoj is a derived term of ahoy.


As interjections the difference between ahoj and ahoy

is that ahoj is hello, hi (informal greeting said when meeting someone) while ahoy is (nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

As a verb ahoy is

to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

Attention vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

attention | ahoy |


As interjections the difference between attention and ahoy

is that attention is while ahoy is (nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

As a noun attention

is (label) mental focus.

As a verb ahoy is

to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

Flag vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

flag | ahoy |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between flag and ahoy

is that flag is (nautical) a flag flown by a ship to show the presence on board of the admiral; the admiral himself, or his flagship while ahoy is (nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

As verbs the difference between flag and ahoy

is that flag is to furnish or deck out with flags or flag can be to weaken, become feeble or flag can be to lay down flagstones while ahoy is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

As a noun flag

is a piece of cloth, often decorated with an emblem, used as a visual signal or symbol or flag can be any of various plants with sword-shaped leaves, especially irises; specifically, iris pseudacorus or flag can be a slice of turf; a sod or flag can be a group of feathers on the lower part of the legs of certain hawks, owls, etc.

As a interjection ahoy is

(nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

Person vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

person | ahoy |


As verbs the difference between person and ahoy

is that person is (obsolete|transitive) to represent as a person; to personify; to impersonate while ahoy is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

As a noun person

is an individual; usually a human being.

As a interjection ahoy is

(nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

Attract vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

attract | ahoy |


As verbs the difference between attract and ahoy

is that attract is to pull toward without touching while ahoy is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

As a interjection ahoy is

(nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

Boat vs Ahoy - What's the difference?

boat | ahoy |


As verbs the difference between boat and ahoy

is that boat is to travel by boat while ahoy is to hail with a cry of "ahoy".

As a noun boat

is a craft used for transportation of goods, fishing, racing, recreational cruising, or military use on or in the water, propelled by oars or outboard motor or inboard motor or by wind.

As a interjection ahoy is

(nautical) used to hail a ship, a boat or a person, or to attract attention.

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