colly

Colly vs Colley - What's the difference?

colly | colley |


As an adjective colly

is (british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly

is (archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly

is (british|dialect) soot.

As a proper noun colley is

.

Solly vs Colly - What's the difference?

solly | colly |


As adjectives the difference between solly and colly

is that solly is while colly is (british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly is

(british|dialect) soot.

Coley vs Colly - What's the difference?

coley | colly |


As nouns the difference between coley and colly

is that coley is coalfish, pollachius virens while colly is (british|dialect) soot.

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

Lolly vs Colly - What's the difference?

lolly | colly |


As a proper noun lolly

is .

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly is

(british|dialect) soot.

Colly vs Jolly - What's the difference?

colly | jolly |


As an adjective colly

is (british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly

is (archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly

is (british|dialect) soot.

As a proper noun jolly is

(female).

Colly vs Rolly - What's the difference?

colly | rolly |


As adjectives the difference between colly and rolly

is that colly is (british|dialect) black as coal while rolly is (informal) rolling; having the ability to roll, usually due to wheels attached on the bottom.

As a verb colly

is (archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly

is (british|dialect) soot.

Coldly vs Colly - What's the difference?

coldly | colly |


As an adverb coldly

is in a cold or uncaring manner.

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly is

(british|dialect) soot.

Coyly vs Colly - What's the difference?

coyly | colly |


As an adverb coyly

is in a coy manner.

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly is

(british|dialect) soot.

Colls vs Colly - What's the difference?

colls | colly |


As a proper noun colls

is .

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

As a noun colly is

(british|dialect) soot.

Cilly vs Colly - What's the difference?

cilly | colly |


As nouns the difference between cilly and colly

is that cilly is (cryptography|dated) any predictable facet of the cipher due to operator error or laziness, whose existence helped the allies to break the code while colly is (british|dialect) soot.

As an adjective colly is

(british|dialect) black as coal.

As a verb colly is

(archaic) to make black, as with coal.

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