conns

Conns vs Conny - What's the difference?

conns | conny |


As a verb conns

is (conn).

As an adjective conny is

(uk|dialect) brave; fine; canny.

Conus vs Conns - What's the difference?

conus | conns |


As an adjective conus

is .

As a verb conns is

(conn).

Coons vs Conns - What's the difference?

coons | conns |


As a noun coons

is .

As a verb conns is

(conn).

Coins vs Conns - What's the difference?

coins | conns |


As verbs the difference between coins and conns

is that coins is (coin) while conns is (conn).

As a noun coins

is .

Conns vs Cones - What's the difference?

conns | cones |


As a verb conns

is (conn).

As a noun cones is

.

Conns vs Corns - What's the difference?

conns | corns |


As a verb conns

is (conn).

As a noun corns is

.

Conns vs Confs - What's the difference?

conns | confs |


As a verb conns

is (conn).

As a noun confs is

.

Conns vs Conks - What's the difference?

conns | conks |


As verbs the difference between conns and conks

is that conns is (conn) while conks is (conk).

As a noun conks is

.

Conns vs Cons - What's the difference?

conns | cons |


As verbs the difference between conns and cons

is that conns is (conn) while cons is (computing) to obtain a list from a cons or a nesting of conses; to prepend an element to a list by forming a cons of that element and the list; to obtain a list from a smaller one by repeated application of such kind of prepending or cons can be (con).

As a noun cons is

or cons can be (computing) a data structure in lisp that is a pair of pointers, car and cdr, used mainly for lists.