beddy

Rushy vs Beddy - What's the difference?

rushy | beddy |


As an adjective rushy

is (of a marsh etc) abounding in rushes.

As a noun beddy is

(hypocoristic ) bed.

Beddy - What does it mean?

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Betty vs Beddy - What's the difference?

betty | beddy |


As a proper noun betty

is .

As a noun beddy is

(hypocoristic ) bed.

Berry vs Beddy - What's the difference?

berry | beddy |


As a proper noun berry

is or berry can be (rare).

As a noun beddy is

(hypocoristic ) bed.

Biddy vs Beddy - What's the difference?

biddy | beddy |


As nouns the difference between biddy and beddy

is that biddy is a woman, especially an old woman; especially one regarded as fussy or mean or a gossipy busybody while beddy is (hypocoristic) bed.

As a proper noun Biddy

is a diminutive of the female given name Bridget.

Eddy vs Beddy - What's the difference?

eddy | beddy |


As a proper noun eddy

is a diminutive of edward, edgar, edwin, or other male given names beginning with ed-.

As a noun beddy is

(hypocoristic ) bed.

Meddy vs Beddy - What's the difference?

meddy | beddy |


As nouns the difference between meddy and beddy

is that meddy is a large, gently spinning region of warm water that carries saline water from the mouth of the mediterranean into the atlantic while beddy is (hypocoristic ) bed.

Beady vs Beddy - What's the difference?

beady | beddy |


As an adjective beady

is resembling beads; small, round, and gleaming.

As a noun beddy is

(hypocoristic) bed.

Neddy vs Beddy - What's the difference?

neddy | beddy |


As nouns the difference between neddy and beddy

is that neddy is a donkey or ass while beddy is (hypocoristic) bed.

Beddy vs Bleddy - What's the difference?

beddy | bleddy |


As a noun beddy

is (hypocoristic) bed.

As an adjective bleddy is

bloody (intensifier.

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