begger

Begger vs Biggest - What's the difference?

begger | biggest |


As a noun begger

is .

As an adjective biggest is

(big).

Bum vs Begger - What's the difference?

bum | begger |


As nouns the difference between bum and begger

is that bum is the buttocks or bum can be (north america|colloquial) a hobo; a homeless person, usually a man or bum can be (dated) a humming noise or bum can be (obsolete) a bumbailiff while begger is .

As a verb bum

is (uk|transitive|colloquial) to sodomize; to engage in anal sex or bum can be (colloquial) to ask someone to give one (something) for free; to beg for something or bum can be to depress; to make unhappy or bum can be to make a murmuring or humming sound.

As an interjection bum

is (label) an expression of annoyance.

As an adjective bum

is of poor quality or highly undesirable .

Scavenger vs Begger - What's the difference?

scavenger | begger |


As nouns the difference between scavenger and begger

is that scavenger is (obsolete) a street sweeper while begger is .

Beg vs Begger - What's the difference?

beg | begger |


As nouns the difference between beg and begger

is that beg is while begger is .

Panhandle vs Begger - What's the difference?

panhandle | begger |


As nouns the difference between panhandle and begger

is that panhandle is the handle of a pan while begger is .

As a verb panhandle

is (us) to beg for money, especially with a container in hand for receiving loose change, especially on the street, and particularly, by a bum.

Vagabond vs Begger - What's the difference?

vagabond | begger |


As nouns the difference between vagabond and begger

is that vagabond is a person on a trip of indeterminate destination and/or length of time while begger is .

As a verb vagabond

is to roam, as a vagabond.

As an adjective vagabond

is floating about without any certain direction; driven to and fro.

Vagrant vs Begger - What's the difference?

vagrant | begger |


As nouns the difference between vagrant and begger

is that vagrant is a person without a home or job while begger is .

As an adjective vagrant

is moving without certain direction; wandering; erratic; unsettled.

Gegger vs Begger - What's the difference?

gegger | begger |


As nouns the difference between gegger and begger

is that gegger is (slang|uk|derogatory) someone who does not conform to "chav" or "goth" stereotypes while begger is .

Bugger vs Begger - What's the difference?

bugger | begger |


As nouns the difference between bugger and begger

is that bugger is bloke, fellow, chap while begger is .

Egger vs Begger - What's the difference?

egger | begger |


As nouns the difference between egger and begger

is that egger is one who gathers eggs or egger can be any of various species of moth, especially the or egger can be one who eggs or incites while begger is .

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