barny

Barny - What does it mean?

barny | |

Barny vs Yarny - What's the difference?

barny | yarny |


As adjectives the difference between barny and yarny

is that barny is barn-like while yarny is resembling yarn; coarse, ropelike.

As a noun barny

is an argument, a disagreement.

Carny vs Barny - What's the difference?

carny | barny |


As nouns the difference between carny and barny

is that carny is a person who works in a carnival while barny is an argument, a disagreement.

As an adjective barny is

barn-like.

Barny vs Bardy - What's the difference?

barny | bardy |


As nouns the difference between barny and bardy

is that barny is an argument, a disagreement while bardy is .

As an adjective barny

is barn-like.

Barmy vs Barny - What's the difference?

barmy | barny |


As adjectives the difference between barmy and barny

is that barmy is (rare) containing barm, ie froth from fermented yeast or barmy can be (chiefly|british) odd, strange while barny is barn-like.

As a noun barny is

an argument, a disagreement.

Barny vs Barky - What's the difference?

barny | barky |


As adjectives the difference between barny and barky

is that barny is barn-like while barky is (of a tree) having bark.

As a noun barny

is an argument, a disagreement.

Barny vs Barn - What's the difference?

barny | barn |


As nouns the difference between barny and barn

is that barny is an argument, a disagreement while barn is (label) a building, often found on a farm, used for storage or keeping animals such as cattle or barn can be (dialect|parts of northern england) a child.

As an adjective barny

is barn-like.

As a verb barn is

to lay up in a barn.

Barney vs Barny - What's the difference?

barney | barny |


As nouns the difference between barney and barny

is that barney is (uk|australia|cockney rhyming slang) a noisy argument or barney can be (united states|pejorative slang) an insult directed at a police officer, usually by someone who believes the officer to be inferior or overzealous while barny is an argument, a disagreement.

As a verb barney

is (uk|australia|cockney rhyming slang) to argue, to quarrel.

As an adjective barny is

barn-like.

Barny vs Barry - What's the difference?

barny | barry |


As nouns the difference between barny and barry

is that barny is an argument, a disagreement while barry is (heraldry) a field divided transversely into several equal parts, and consisting of two different tinctures interchangeably disposed.

As an adjective barny

is barn-like.

Barns vs Barny - What's the difference?

barns | barny |


As nouns the difference between barns and barny

is that barns is while barny is an argument, a disagreement.

As an adjective barny is

barn-like.

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