baffie

Baffle vs Baffie - What's the difference?

baffle | baffie |


As nouns the difference between baffle and baffie

is that baffle is a device used to dampen the effects of such things as sound, light, or fluid specifically, a baffle is a surface which is placed inside an open area to inhibit direct motion from one part to another, without preventing motion altogether while baffie is (golf) a traditional name for a.

As a verb baffle

is (obsolete) to publicly disgrace, especially of a recreant knight.

Slipper vs Baffie - What's the difference?

slipper | baffie |


As nouns the difference between slipper and baffie

is that slipper is a low soft shoe that can be slipped on and off easily while baffie is (golf) a traditional name for a.

As a adjective slipper

is (obsolete) slippery.

As a verb slipper

is (uk|australia|nz) to repeatedly strike the buttocks with a plimsoll as corporal punishment.

Baffy vs Baffie - What's the difference?

baffy | baffie | Alternative forms |

Baffy is an alternative form of baffie.


In context|golf|lang=en terms the difference between baffy and baffie

is that baffy is (golf) the while baffie is (golf) a traditional name for a.

As nouns the difference between baffy and baffie

is that baffy is (golf) an obsolete wooden golf club with high loft while baffie is (golf) a traditional name for a.