cosie

Cosie vs Cosied - What's the difference?

cosie | cosied |


As an adjective cosie

is (scotland) cosy.

As a verb cosied is

(cosy).

Cosie vs Cosier - What's the difference?

cosie | cosier |


As adjectives the difference between cosie and cosier

is that cosie is (scotland) cosy while cosier is (cosy).

As a noun cosier is

(obsolete) an incompetent tailor.

Cosie vs Cowie - What's the difference?

cosie | cowie |


As an adjective cosie

is (scotland) cosy.

As a proper noun cowie is

any of several places in scotland.

Cosie vs Cossie - What's the difference?

cosie | cossie |


As an adjective cosie

is (scotland) cosy.

As a noun cossie is

(uk) a swimming costume.

Cosie vs Cozie - What's the difference?

cosie | cozie |


As an adjective cosie

is (scotland) cosy.

As a noun cozie is

.

Cosine vs Cosie - What's the difference?

cosine | cosie |


As a noun cosine

is (trigonometry) in a right triangle, the ratio of the length of the side adjacent to an acute angle to the length of the hypotenuse symbol: cos.

As an adjective cosie is

(scotland) cosy.

Taxonomy vs Cosie - What's the difference?

taxonomy | cosie |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective cosie is

(scotland) cosy.

Cosie vs Cozy - What's the difference?

cosie | cozy | Alternative forms |

Cosie is an alternative form of cozy.


As adjectives the difference between cosie and cozy

is that cosie is (scotland) cosy while cozy is affording comfort and warmth; snug; social.

As a noun cozy is

a padded or knit covering to keep an item warm, especially a teapot or egg.

As a verb cozy is

to become snug and comfortable.

What is the difference between cosie and cosy?

cosie | cosy | Alternative forms |

Cosie is an alternative form of cosy.