argosy

Argosy vs Armada - What's the difference?

argosy | armada |


As a proper noun argosy

is (popular anglicism of) the.

As a noun armada is

army.

Argosy vs Galleass - What's the difference?

argosy | galleass |


As a proper noun argosy

is (popular anglicism of) the.

As a noun galleass is

(nautical|historical) a type of rowable vessel of the 16th and 17th centuries, similar to a galley but larger, and normally equipped with sails.

Anglicism vs Argosy - What's the difference?

anglicism | argosy |


As nouns the difference between anglicism and argosy

is that anglicism is a word or other feature originating in the english language that has been borrowed by another language while argosy is a merchant ship.

Galliass vs Argosy - What's the difference?

galliass | argosy |


As nouns the difference between galliass and argosy

is that galliass is (nautical) while argosy is a merchant ship.

Fleet vs Argosy - What's the difference?

fleet | argosy |


As nouns the difference between fleet and argosy

is that fleet is a group of vessels or vehicles or fleet can be (obsolete) a flood; a creek or inlet, a bay or estuary, a river subject to the tide cognate to low german fleet while argosy is a merchant ship.

As a verb fleet

is (obsolete) to float.

As an adjective fleet

is (literary) swift in motion; moving with velocity; light and quick in going from place to place; nimble; fast.

Flotilla vs Argosy - What's the difference?

flotilla | argosy |


As nouns the difference between flotilla and argosy

is that flotilla is (nautical) a small fleet of warships (usually of the same class), or a fleet of small ships while argosy is a merchant ship.