befly

Beely vs Befly - What's the difference?

beely | befly |


As verbs the difference between beely and befly

is that beely is while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

As an adjective beely

is of, relating to or pertaining to bees; apian.

As an adverb beely

is in a beely or beelike manner.

Beflay vs Befly - What's the difference?

beflay | befly |


As verbs the difference between beflay and befly

is that beflay is (transitive|dialectal|or|obsolete) to flay; strip; peel while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

Refly vs Befly - What's the difference?

refly | befly |


As verbs the difference between refly and befly

is that refly is to fly again while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

Defly vs Befly - What's the difference?

defly | befly |


As an adverb defly

is .

As a verb befly is

(obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

Befly vs Bely - What's the difference?

befly | bely |


As verbs the difference between befly and bely

is that befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape while bely is .

Belly vs Befly - What's the difference?

belly | befly |


As verbs the difference between belly and befly

is that belly is to position one's belly while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

As a noun belly

is the abdomen.

Escape vs Befly - What's the difference?

escape | befly |


As verbs the difference between escape and befly

is that escape is while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

Shun vs Befly - What's the difference?

shun | befly |


As a verb befly is

(obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

Fly vs Befly - What's the difference?

fly | befly |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between fly and befly

is that fly is (obsolete) the action of flying; flight while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

As verbs the difference between fly and befly

is that fly is to travel through the air, another gas or a vacuum, without being in contact with a grounded surface or fly can be (baseball) to hit a fly ball; to hit a fly ball that is caught for an out compare ground (verb) and line (verb) while befly is (obsolete) to fly about; fly from; shun; escape.

As a noun fly

is (zoology) any insect of the order diptera; characterized by having two wings, also called true flies or fly can be (obsolete) the action of flying; flight.

As an adjective fly

is (slang|dated) quick-witted, alert, mentally sharp, smart (in a mental sense).