attorny

Attorny vs Executant - What's the difference?

attorny | executant |


As nouns the difference between attorny and executant

is that attorny is (obsolete|or|proscribed) while executant is a person who executes a dance or piece of music; a performer.

Attorns vs Attorny - What's the difference?

attorns | attorny |


As a verb attorns

is (attorn).

As a noun attorny is

(obsolete|or|proscribed).

Attorn vs Attorny - What's the difference?

attorn | attorny |


As a verb attorn

is (legal) to transfer one's obligations from a person to another person.

As a noun attorny is

(obsolete|or|proscribed).

Attorney vs Attorny - What's the difference?

attorney | attorny |


As nouns the difference between attorney and attorny

is that attorney is (us) a lawyer; one who advises or represents others in legal matters as a profession while attorny is (obsolete|or|proscribed).

Counselor vs Attorny - What's the difference?

counselor | attorny |


As nouns the difference between counselor and attorny

is that counselor is a professional who counsels people, especially on personal problems while attorny is (obsolete|or|proscribed).

Councelor vs Attorny - What's the difference?

councelor | attorny |

Barrister vs Attorny - What's the difference?

barrister | attorny |


As nouns the difference between barrister and attorny

is that barrister is (legal|chiefly|uk|irish|australian|nz) a lawyer with the right to speak and argue as an advocate in higher lawcourts while attorny is (obsolete|or|proscribed).

Brister vs Attorny - What's the difference?

brister | attorny |


As a verb brister

is .

As a noun attorny is

(obsolete|or|proscribed).